By RODNEY D. BOAM
The annual Preston Rotary Fireworks Spectacular will be held this Friday, July 25, at the rodeo arena in Preston. This year’s theme is “Pioneering a Brighter Future.”
Fireworks master Jared Jensen said he is giving the show a full throttle of explosions and lights in the sky as part of his ACME brand of excitement.
“When it comes to local celebrations it’s more about putting on a good show than it is about making money,” he said. “I’m all about having fun.”
“This year’s show is expected to be much more exciting than last year’s show,” said Val Porter, this year’s Rotary president.
“The actual show itself will be much bigger than last year,” said Porter. “We look forward to our new ground displays that move.”
Pre-fireworks show entertainment will begin at 7:30 p.m. The entertainment will include several groups and individuals from the valley.
“We will be mixing things up a little,” Porter said. “We are trying to make it different from last year.”
The Rotary Club will be operating their concession booth before the show again this year,” Porter said, and will also serve hamburgers, hot dogs, candy, drinks and even glow sticks.
“Aerial and ground display fireworks will start at 10 p.m. with the narration by Todd Carlson and music will be simulcast on KACH.
The fireworks show is produced by the Preston Rotary Club and co-sponsored Schreiber Foods.
This story is sponsored by FCMC Oakie Dokie Corral.
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