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6:00 – 9:00 pm – 4th of July Concert

9:00 pm – Fireworks


8:30 am – Old Fashioned 4th of July Parade
Decorate your bikes, golf carts, cars, jeeps, boats, scooters, etc. and take part in the parade. Everyone is welcome! After enjoy watermelon and lemonade at Grayton Coast Properties.


8:00 am – Annual Parade Down 30A (starting at the Plaza in Seagrove, ending in Seaside where the floats are judged)
Please note that a portion of 30A will be closed for a few hours to accommodate the parade.

7:15 pm – Stars and Stripes (Live patriotic pops performace from the Pensacola Symphony Orchestra)

9:00 pm – Fireworks over the Gulf


7:00 – 10:00 pm – Fourth of July Picnic on the

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July 4th Celebration

City of Lynn Haven 4th of July Celebration Lynn Haven, FL 32444 United States City of Lynn Haven-July 4th, 2015   4th of July Banner Listing of Activities:   7:00 a.m.        Pancake Breakfast- Lynn Haven Lions Club     (708 Iowa Avenue) 8:00 a.m.        Flag raising ceremony - Lynn Haven City Hall  (825 Ohio Avenue) National Anthem: “Harmony Shores Choir”                                                                                      8:15 a.m.         Youth Bike Parade Registration (12 & under) 630 Ohio Avenue DECORATE those bikes and show off your hard work!!  Organized by Lynn Haven Rotary Club   All entries will fall into the parade. (Parade ends at 11th St.) 9:00
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Fannie Mae just announced a policy change to help the Homeowner who has been waiting to Move Up into a bigger property.

During the Housing melt down, most Federal Lending Guidelines had tightened to prevent Borrowers from buying a new home (at the lower prices) with limited equity in their existing home who could then let their existing home go into Foreclosure.

These standards required a 30% equity position before a borrower could use a lease on their existing property to help offset their mortgage payment in qualifying for a new home purchase.

Now that we have moved into a more stable market, it is refreshing to finally see some relaxation in at least this guideline.

Hopefully it is a glimmer of good things to come.


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