Suwannee Democrat


July 3, 2014

Mayo: July 4th fireworks at sports complex tomorrow

Mayo — Fourth of July fireworks will light up the Mayo sky tomorrow night at the Edward Perry Sports Complex starting at 9 p.m.

July 4th festivities kick off at 9 a.m. Friday, with a fundraising bake sale at Thriftway in downtown Mayo, sponsored by the Lafayette County Chamber of Commerce. Come stock up on some sweet treats for your holiday cookout or picnic. All proceeds will be used for entertainment costs for Pioneer Day, which is coming up on Saturday, October 11.

The Chamber of Commerce will also be selling hot dogs, drinks and desserts at the sports complex beginning at 6 p.m. Friday evening, so plan to get there early. Steve Shiver will also be selling boiled peanuts.

For more information about the Chamber, please call 386-294-2705, or Leta Hawkins at 386-294-2301.

In case of rain, the July 4th fireworks event will be moved to Saturday, July 5, at the same location, according to Hawkins.

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