Waving the flag in Little Compton

Posted 7/5/22

For those who didn't want to make the drive to Bristol for the big parade, beaches in Tiverton ad Little Compton were packed Monday. Above, lifeguards at South Shore Beach in Little Compton took …

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Waving the flag in Little Compton

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For those who didn't want to make the drive to Bristol for the big parade, beaches in Tiverton ad Little Compton were packed Monday. Above, lifeguards at South Shore Beach in Little Compton took turns running the American flag from one end of the beach to the other. They were greeted by loud cheers all along the way.

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