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By Daria Anderson-Faden
The Observer 

Hundreds Enjoy The Fourth In Kimball

 

July 7, 2022

Daria Anderson-Faden

Early in the morning on Fourth of July, City of Kimball Street Superintendent Jim Shoup places flags throughout the downtown area.

July Fourth was a fun-filled day in Kimball with the Kimball Volunteer Fire Department, Kimball Connect, and Friends of the Library working all morning to the delight of families.

Daria Anderson-Faden

July 4 at Gotte Park included lots of watermelon. Brax Johnson, 4 enjoys his slice of fresh watermelon.

Hundreds of people enjoyed the festivities.

The cheerleaders sold hot dogs and Main Street Market supplied the watermelon.

The big hits were ballon animals by Kayla Fennell, fire truck rides, a High West Energy demonstration, and the craft tables and paper airplane station by Friends of the Library.

The City of Kimball sponsored swimming games and contests, and the Kimball Volunteer Fire Department completed the evening activities with a fireworks display from Horseshoe Hill.

 
 

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