Thanks to those who made fireworks show possible
To the editor:
It’s official. The goal has been attained! The annual fireworks presentation is reality.
The location is the same as the past few years; along the entrance road to MCIDC Plaza, directly across the Juniata River from Victory Park. The date and time are Saturday, July 5 at dusk (about 9:30 p.m.) with a rain date of Sunday, July 6.
WCHX, WKVA & Star County Radio will be hosting local acoustic musicians, free kids activities and food booths from local non-profit organizations at the park from 5 to 9 p.m. that evening, so arrive early and make it a great celebration of America’s 238th birthday.
The fireworks are possible thanks to the generous donations from the businesses, clubs, churches, organizations and individuals listed below. Be sure to thank them personally.
The Owl’s Club (Nest Home Association), Mifflin County Savings Bank, Yeagertown Fire Company, The Sentinel, South Hills School of Business & Technology, Juniata Valley Bank, Fraternal Order of Eagles, Sacred Heart Parish, First National Bank of Pa., Tri-County B2B, William and Linda Silks, Sheetz Stores, Mark and Su Salvatore, Gus’s Pizza, First Quality Baby Products, First National Bank of PA employees , City Hook & Ladder, PRN Medical Staffing, Ed’s Train Repair & Sales, SUN Home Health Services, Odd Fellows Hall of Lewistown, The Trolley Car, Jim and Teresa Leister, Burnham Lions Club, South Hills School students, Drayer Physical Therapy, Benefit Management Group, Brooklyn Hose Company, Kish Bank, Corvette America, Barr Funeral Home, David Borland, Jenny Barron Landis, William and Helen Lodanosky, Sharon Havice, EADS Group, John Miller, Wilt Vending, Gambone-Songer Realty, In Home Services, Cher Harpster, Vicki and Barton Curry, Bobby Rahal, Thierwechter Family, Bruce and Laura Buffington, Kenneth Shubert, the Juniata River Valley Chamber of Commerce and Visitors Bureau and many anonymous donors.
The Juniata River Valley Chamber of Commerce
2014 Fireworks Fund