Hardy shines for fireworks show

Robert Johnsen thanks the community for their support of the Halloween fireworks show.

Dear editor,

The fireworks show was awesome with the support in the community.

We should give our thanks to Overwaitea for their support of the hot chocolate and apples to be made into candy apples.

Also to Providence Place for taking the time each year to come and serve the hot chocolate and to give out the candy apples.

To Spiketop Cedar for donating the firewood for the bonfire and Fox Disposal for delivering the wood.

Also to all the businesses and people who made cash donations to support the event. To the fire department for their time to come out and keep the event safe.

And, most importantly, to our District of Port Hardy for providing their generous donation, the donation of the ball park and the crew who clean up after the event.

Also to the truck that was selling fireworks for their generous donation.

So please thank these people for their time and support and we will see you again next year.

Way to go Port Hardy!

Robert Johnsen

Port Hardyl

 

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