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Pride in the Park a big hit

Thu, Jul 12th 2018 05:00 pm
The fireworks display put on following the music at Pride in the Park. (Photo by Bob Koshinski)
The fireworks display put on following the music at Pride in the Park. (Photo by Bob Koshinski)
On Saturday, the Town of Niagara held its Pride in the Park Independence Day celebration in front of a large audience at Veterans Memorial Park.
The day featured four bands - Chicago Authority, McCartney Yesterday and Today, Keep the Faith and Killer Queen - as well as food trucks, a beer tent operated by the Niagara Active Hose volunteers, hot dogs, hamburgers and more provided by the Town of Niagara Lions Club, and 50/50 raffles to support the SPCA of Niagara County and Barefoot Christian Community Church.
Attendees showed up in full force early and celebrated along with the town to the musical entertainment. 
The attendance at Pride in the Park. (Photo by David Yarger)
The horns section of Chicago Authority. (Photo by David Yarger)
Killer Queen featuring "Freddy Mercury." (Photo by Bob Koshinski)

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