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Cannon Communities' 4th of July Celebration

Dale W. Peterson, Chairperson
215 West High Street
Woodbury, TN 37190
(615) 904-5695

Cannon Courier
210 Water Street
Woodbury, TN 37190

We wanted to let you know that as a thank you to all the citizens of Cannon County, the Town of Woodbury, City of Auburntown, and Cannon County Government is putting on a firework and old fashion family 4th of July Event on July 2, 2010 at Dillon Park in Woodbury.

The Cannon Communities' 4th of July Celebration will be free to the citizens of Cannon County. We will be asking for donations of non-perishable foods to be donated to our local food bank.

The Cannon County High School Band will perform at this event. We will have free hotdogs, watermelon and drinks at the event for 500 people. We are giving an opportunity to sponsor for this event. A large display board will be placed at the entrance prominently displaying the names of everyone who donated to the Celebration. One hundred percent of all donations will go to the Celebration. If there are funds left over it will be applied to next year's show. In you donate over $500 we will give you special billing on the Sponsor Board.

If you would like to donate to this event please make your check out to the "Town of Woodbury"; put "Fireworks" in the memo field; and mail it to Dale Peterson at 215 West High Street, Woodbury, TN 37190. If you have any questions you may contact me at the address or telephone number listed above.

Thank you and we hope to see you are the Celebration.


Dale W. Peterson, Event Chairperson
Mike Gannon, Cannon County Executive
Harold Patrick, Town of Woodbury Mayor
Roger Turney, City of Auburntown Mayor
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May 25, 2010 at 9:01pm
Thanks so much, Dale, and county and city officials for the 4th of July Celebration. I am sure this will be enjoyed by all who attend. We have never had the opportunity to have fireworks here in the city. The band was also a very good idea. Hope this will become an annual event.

Marion Campbell
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