Clyde Short (left) and his nephew Mike Short load one of the Confederate Park cannons for Fort Mill's annual Fourth of July celebration. The event featured Mayor Charles Powers and a bandstand full of local dignitaries.
Clyde Short (left) and his nephew Mike Short load one of the Confederate Park cannons for Fort Mill's annual Fourth of July celebration. The event featured Mayor Charles Powers and a bandstand full of local dignitaries.
Clyde Short (left) and his nephew Mike Short load one of the Confederate Park cannons for Fort Mill's annual Fourth of July celebration. The event featured Mayor Charles Powers and a bandstand full of local dignitaries.

Do you remember? - July 9, 2008

July 09, 2008 12:05 PM

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