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    TWENTIETH Annual Tarrytown 4th of July Parade and Picnic!

    June 9th, 2010
    by admin

    On Saturday, July 3rd at 9AM, the TWENTIETH Annual Tarrytown 4th of July Parade and Picnic will be presented by the 2010 Tarrytown Parade Planning Committee!

    All families are invited to participate in the parade (feel free to make a small or big donation by contacting tarrytownparade@gmail.com) or to cheer on the participants along the route.  The parade route will begin at the Tarrytown Shopping Center (Windsor at Exposition) and travel west on Windsor to Pecos, and then follow Pecos to Reed Park. At Reed Park we will enjoy hot dogs, watermelon, lemonade, cold water, entertainment for the kids and more!

    Your neighbors from around the corner and just down the street will gather to celebrate this festive occasion and support our neighborhood parks.  We need your donations and your time to put on this festive celebration!  100% of the proceeds from the Parade will go toward enhancements at Reed and Tarrytown Parks.

    Please join your neighbors in supporting this holiday tradition.  The Parade Sponsorship form is below.  All donors and volunteers will receive recognition on banners displayed at Reed Park, and in addition, Star-Spangled sponsors will be recognized on parade T-shirts, flyers and yard signs.  Sponsor Forms that are received by Friday, June 18th will be included on the event banner that will be displayed at Reed Park. All other sponsors will receive recognition on event day banners.

    And a special Thank You to the“early bird” Star Spangled Sponsors: WAYA, Grande Communications, Plains Capital Bank and Avenue One Properties!!

    The 2010 Tarrytown Parade Planning Committee

    Collin Ohanian
    Elise Bridges
    Laurel Hooper
    Natalie Kinsel
    Holly Norman
    Julie Lewis
    Brannon Smith
    Erika Holmes
    Anne Schniederjan

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