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Thank you for

the fireworks

WAHOO! Spirit Lake Visions, Inc. made enough to cover our reduced fireworks display on the Fourth of July and to reimburse our Christmas coffers for the monies we lost on fireworks in 2015 and 2016.

THANK YOU, Spirit Lake residents, visitors and businesses for supporting this endeavor. Special thanks to these donors: city of Spirit Lake, Spirit Lake Chamber of Commerce, Spirit Lake Senior Citizens, Inc., Roy Racy VFW Post 1473, Miller’s Harvest Foods, Silver Beach Resort, Spirit Lake Family Dental, Inland Northwest Bank, Lake City Handyman, Sondahl Pottery (trophies and music too) and Old West Hardware (raffle prize, ticket sales venue) and all you people whose ticket purchases totaled more than $1,000.

The six of us in Visions and the community who enjoyed the fireworks appreciate you all.

VERLA REED

MADELINE, ROBERT and LORETA JARVIS

JENEVA STUBBS

JOY PORTER

Spirit Lake

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