What Does Fourth of July Mean to You?
Another Jefferson City resident, K.C. Campbell, explained, "I think the Fourth of July is important to celebrate because of our independence and the simple fact that our soldiers are over there fighting everyday for our independence. We hope that they come home safe and sound."
Julie Yin of Jefferson City added, "For my daughter to have some fun, you know, allow her to have some understanding of what the Fourth of July is about."
New Bloomfield resident Lino Campbell said, "You get to come to the carnival, have a bunch of fun for three days, gorge yourself with food, watch a great fireworks display, and to celebrate the making of the United States of America."
And, Montana resident Andrew Foote summed it up by saying, "You always got to love your country and, you know, this is just the celebration of it."