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Raymond may not be officially celebrating its 250th anniversary until September, but that didn't stop residents from recognizing the town's upcoming event at its well-attended Fourth of July parade on Saturday. (Raymond O'Connor/Union Leader Correspondent)

Raymond parade-goers celebrate Fourth of July



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