Thursday, July 04, 2013

Pepsi Fireworks
The Pepsi Independence Day fireworks will be going off at Freedom Hall on Thursday night, rain or shine. Tim Swecker with Pepsi says it is not just a time for family to get together but also to remembers those working hard to keep us safe… “But we also want to make sure we can’t forget our armed forces, first responders, and our veterans. We will have a couple of tributes to the Military as well. With all the music, prizes, and fireworks; we think this is a wonderful way to say Happy Birthday to this nation of ours. I hope everyone will come out and enjoy themselves.” Swecker says those coming in to watch the fireworks will also get some great entertainment…Confederate railroad as well as local talents are performing. (CC)

Tuesday, September 01, 2015

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