Still celebrating freedom Big brother Brayden Bunt walks through the Field of Honor with his sisters, Isabelle and Layla. Flags line the lake at Smythe Park in a patriotic rememberance. Jonathan and Winnie Grzyb and dog Gemma boating around Daniel Island with Coast Guard cutter. Coleman and Sloane Cawood enjoy an afternoon at Smythe Lake. Even without fireworks, the Mullaneys at 410 Hutty Street found a way to light the night for the holiday. “If anyone who is a veteran or has family that are veterans and would like me to add their name to the ‘thank you’ list on Lady Liberty, I would be happy to add it. They can leave their rank and name on my front porch,” said Tracey Mullaney. Batra said, “We are residents of Simmons Park Apartments and knew that this year we wouldn’t be able to see fireworks and all the fun activities planned on this day,” said Batra. “Hence we planned to do something different yet special this year while conveying the message the flag and its color has to bring! I love cooking and so my daughter and I brought colors in the food. My daughter came up with names of fruits and pizza toppings that can resemble the colors of the flag and there we go with the planning. My 6-year-old decorated a fruit tray and I made pizza…Our celebration was a blast.” Shruti Batra and her daughter Vriti , 6, celebrated the holiday at the Field of Honor, then made a “flag” pizza. A group of 14 people walked for social justice on Saturday, July 4, from Etiwan Park to Philip Simmons Park, where they shared a 244-second moment of silence, representing the age of the nation, and peacefully shared their message. Folks find unique ways to enjoy the Fourth of July holiday during COVID-19 limitations.