Small town celebrates 4th in a big way
Friends of Miranda Community Service Committee of Kiwanis of the Redwoods would like to express our gratitude to all of the local businesses and community members who donated time, money and/or raffle prizes to make this year’s Fourth of July Bash a success. Donations were received from The Deerhorn Market, Richard McMahon and Lucy Bright, The Blue Moon Old Town Coffee, The Avenue Caf?, The Chimney Tree, Lydia Green, The Stonery, Maplewood Farms, The Art of the Burl, Eureka Oxygen, Reamy Plumbing, Sips, AZPlaze, The Miranda Gardens Resort, Korbly Woodworks, and Kiwanis of the Redwoods.
We would also like to thank all of the vendors who joined us in making this event possible, including Miranda Volunteer Fire Department, Salmon Creek Community School, Agnes J. Johnson Elementary, Leggett Valley School, 4-H, The Humphreys, Phillipsville Volunteer Fire Department, and EZ Money for the music.
Finally we’d like to give a huge thank you to everyone who came out and showed their support by enjoying the day with us. We look forward to celebrating with you next year.
Elizabeth Jimenez, Friends of Miranda Community Service Committee of Kiwanis