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Update: Volunteers still needed for July 4th Fireworks

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There are spaces still open to volunteer at the city of Grand Rapids 4th of July fireworks on Sunday.  You can help make this community event successful, safe, and fun.

Your help is needed!  Visit our Volunteer Solutions posting to sign up TODAY.


Learn more about the opportunity:

Volunteer duties are simple and you can even bring your family.  You will be promoting a positive environment while performing duties such as keeping the crowd in safe areas, answering questions, and watching out for children.  Parking passes will be provided, along with free food and all the water needed to stay hydrated on a summer evening.  Volunteers as young as 16 years old are welcome.

There are 2 different volunteer shifts to choose from:

                 Shift 1: 5pm-8pm

                 Shift 2: 8pm-11pm

This is a great way to support a fabulous family-friendly event in Grand Rapids.  Plus, you'll enjoy live music, an awesome fireworks dislay, and good local food.

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