Fireworks campaign in its final week
By Tanner Harding | May 08, 2017
MARION — The Marion Fireworks Committee has raised about $30,000 so far for this year’s Fourth of July fireworks display. That’s about $20,000 short of their goal, however $4,000 of that was raised just over the weekend.
The Twenty From Many campaign was launched in March, and intended to solicit $20 from each person who had enjoyed the fireworks in the past.
The deadline for the $50,000 is May 15.
Last year’s fireworks were canceled because the committee received only $13,000 in donations.
If you’ve ever enjoyed the Marion fireworks, consider donating to keep the local show going this year. It’s a local tradition!
To donate, visit www.gofundme.com/vmvhus-2017-4th-of-july-fireworks.
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