Wednesday, May 01, 2013

JC Fireworks
Johnson City released details of their annual Fourth of July fireworks celebration. The day includes entertainment, a salute to the military, prizes, and it caps off with the fireworks. Tim Swecker with Pepsi Beverage company says they couldn’t do it without lots of cooperation and donation from area businesses that want to give back to the community… “Just to make sure everybody in the community understands how much we appreciate their support all year long. You know, it’s so hard in today’s tightening budget world to be able to put on an event like this without everybody doing their part to put it together and as a team to do this thing.” As always, WXBQ the rabbit station will be there and you will be able to listen to 96.9 for music to accompany the fireworks. (CC)

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