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Chatham Fire Department, CuChullain Pipe Band Help Chatham Enjoy Post-Parade Picnic

The Chatham Fire Department mugs sold out at the post-parade picnic Credits: TAP Chatham
The CuChullain Pipe Band marched in the parade and then performed at the post-parade picnic Credits: TAP Chatham
The Chatham Borough Fire Department hooked up to the hydrant on the Chatham Middle School oval to help parade goers cool off Credits: TAP Chatham
Chatham youth cool off under the hose offered by the Chatham Borough Volunteer Fire Department Credits: TAP Chatham
Chatham was happy to feel the water offered by the Chatham Borough Fire Department at the Chatham Middle School oval Credits: TAP Chatham
Chatham residents line up to get their mugs filled at the annual post-parade picnic Credits: TAP Chatham
The Chatham Borough Fire Department offered hot dogs and macaroni salad at the post-game picnic Credits: TAP Chatham
Chatham Borough Administrator Steve Williams, Fire Chief Doug Allan and Mayor Bruce Harris at the post-parade picnic Credits: TAP Chatham
Chatham residents take advantage of the shade at the post-parade picnic Credits: TAP Chatham

CHATHAM, NJ - Chatham turned out under hot conditions for the 64th annual Fourth of July Parade and the Chatham Borough Fire Department helped cool things off by opening up a fire hydrant and hosting its annual post-parade picnic at the Chatham Middle School.

The CuChullain Pipe Band of Denville marched in the parade and also entertained the gathering at the post-parade picnic


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