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community tradition will be back in Waterville for at least one more year.
Red, White and Boom festival was brought back last year thanks to community
donations. The city is seeing the same "boom" for the festival this year.
donation goal was reached Tuesday to fund the Fourth of July show and festival.
just so thrilled that the community came out, the businesses, the residents,"
said Debby Sniderhand, festival chairman. "Everyone has supported this cause…this
has been amazing."
total of $20,553 was raised. Of that, $15,000 will go toward the fireworks
show, the rest toward the festival.
awesome when ordinary citizens come together and accomplish awesome goals,"
said Barb Bruno, fundraising chairman.
also says the event wouldn't be possible without the help of the Waterville
Waterville Community Church has supported Waterfille in many ways," said Mary
Beth Dematteo. "For years, we were doing a fun fest, and then we were asked to accompany
in the Boom fest, and we felt it's the perfect combination."
festival will have free music and fireworks. It will be held July 4 behind
Waterville Primary School.