El Cajon’s 3rd Annual America on Main Street “The Beach Comes East”

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Thousands of people gathered in downtown El Cajon on Armed Forces Day to celebrate the city’s 3rd Annual America on Main Street “The Beach Comes East!” on May 21. With a abundance of vendors, live performances, rides, crafts and community events, the day was packed with people from all over the county for this annual day of fun and celebration of the diversity that El Cajon offers.

Thousands of people gathered in downtown El Cajon on Armed Forces Day to celebrate the city’s 3rd Annual America on Main Street “The Beach Comes East!” on May 21. With a abundance of vendors, live performances, rides, crafts and community events, the day was packed with people from all over the county for this annual day of fun and celebration of the diversity that El Cajon offers.

Heartland Fire & Rescue received first place in the annual “Chili Cook-Off” with the El Cajon Police Department hot on its tails in second place. Mike Chandler of Lakeside was the lucky winner of a Taylor Guitar and four winners of the Scavenger Hunt raffle took home a brand new bicycle. With activities for children and adults of all ages throughout downtown, people enjoyed the sights, information booths and three stages of live entertainment.

Mayor Bill Wells said he was thankful to the people of El Cajon and the entire County of San Diego that came out for the day to enjoy the city’s festivities.

“The City Council and I were happy to see the great turnout and that they were all having a wonderful time, especially the families and children,” he stated. “The event has gotten better every year, and I am already looking forward to next year because I know it will be spectacular.”

El Cajon’s 3rd Annual America on Main Street “The Beach Comes East”