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Alpharetta welcomes Budweiser Clydesdales for charity parade this Saturday

Alpharetta, Georgia – The renowned Budweiser Clydesdales are scheduled to march through Alpharetta this Saturday, enthralling both residents and tourists alike and generating support for a good cause—the Folds of Honor scholarship program. The event promises the community an interesting show mixing an emotional tribute to military families with great animal presence.

Beginning at 11 a.m. from Alpharetta City Hall, at 2 Park Plaza, the parade of these legendary horses will go through the city streets and end somewhere between noon and 2 p.m. at the Alpharetta American Legion at 201 Wills Rd. This event serves a greater purpose than only allowing people to see these amazing animals up close.

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Benefactor of this event, the Folds of Honor scholarship program gives wives and children of U.S. military personnel and first responders who have either fallen or been disabled in line of duty vital educational support. The initiative emphasizes a community’s effort to make sure that the families of those who served and gave their lives never go forgotten or forgotten.

Procession attendees will also have the chance to directly help this cause. The Alpharetta American Legion will sell refreshments, with earnings going toward support of the educational awards sponsored by Folds of Honor. This act supports the local dedication to national service personnel and their families by adding a degree of community involvement.

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The Budweiser Clydesdales in Alpharetta pay a heartfelt tribute to those who serve and defend, not only exhibit of animal ability. This Saturday is an opportunity to remember for all who will attend the event since these gentle giants gallop around the city streets carry a message of hope and support for people most in need.

Aurelia Whitlock

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