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UND's Kelleys part of Park River 125th festivities

UND President Robert Kelley and first lady Marcia Kelley plan to celebrate the Fourth of July in Park River, N.D., by participating in the town's 125th anniversary parade.

UND President Robert Kelley and first lady Marcia Kelley plan to celebrate the Fourth of July in Park River, N.D., by participating in the town's 125th anniversary parade.

The parade is set to begin at 11 a.m. Saturday. Parade entrants are asked to line up at the Park River Fair Building at 510 Sixth St. W., on a first-come first served basis.

For a full list of activities, times and locations for the quasquicentennial, log on to www.cityofparkriver.com .

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