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Fourth of July Fireworks show
From Adair County Fiscal Court
We are so pleased to announce the upcoming firework show that will be held at the Lindsey Wilson College/Old Fairgrounds starting just after dark on the Fourth of July.
Casey Creek Pyrotechnics has been hired once again to put on the show for Adair County!! Per their contract, no one will be allowed on the fairgrounds property for parking or viewing. There will be free parking on a first-come, first served basis at Lindsey Wilson College, Green River Window and Door, and at the Adair County Extension office.
Please be thoughtful of those who allow us to use their facilities and remember to remove any trash from the parking areas after the fireworks display. Public safety arrangements will be provided by the Columbia-Adair County Volunteer Fire Department and the Adair County Sheriff's Department.
We would like to thank all of our wonderful sponsors: The Adair County Fiscal Court, the City of Columbia, Lindsey Wilson College, the Bank of Columbia, Community Trust Bank, United Citizens Bank, and First and Farmers National Bank, and Gaddie Shamrock who enable us to come together and enjoy this Fourth of July fireworks show and celebrate our Independence as a community!
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