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Thanking contributors and volunteers who made this year’s July 4 a success

The Harvard Fourth of July Committee would like to thank everyone who came together to make this year’s event a great success. We were given the green light to go ahead with our event only a few short weeks ago. Thanks to the Harvard community, Bromfield soccer players, parents and coaches, citizen volunteers, Fire Department, Police Department, ambulance and DPW we were able to pull this together.

Thank you to our parade participants: Veterans, Boy Scouts, Girl Scouts, Bare Hill Pond lifeguards, Carlson Orchards, Hillside Garage, antique car owners, Nashoba Valley Concert Band, along with the police, Fire Department, and ambulance.

Thank you to Rachel Molnar who sang “The Star Spangled Banner” and The Rafters who entertained us for the afternoon.

Thank you to our business sponsors: Rollstone Bank, Alpha Graphics, Toreku Tractors, Murphy Insurance, and Gervais Ford.

You are all part of what makes this such a wonderful place to live.

Anne Hentz, chair
Harvard Fourth of July Committee

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