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The Evanston Fourth of July Association is seeking volunteers to participate in the 100th anniversary celebration. Every year, neighbors claim their spots, putting their chairs out early for a front row view of Evanston’s Fourth of July award-winning parade. It’s a tradition that began in 1922, started by the North End Mothers Club and continues today. Unlike most Independence Day celebrations in other cities, the festivities in Evanston are produced entirely by the all-volunteer, community funded Evanston Fourth of July Association. No tax dollars are used for the actual production of the sports activities, parade, twilight band concert or fireworks.
To help celebrate the 100th year, the association is looking to fill various volunteer
positions including parade marshals, celebration coordinators, judges, game
supervisors, celebration, and engagement team members and more.
To sign up or learn more about volunteer opportunities visit
https://www.signupgenius.com/go/10c0f4bacab2da3fec70-volunteers or contact Jamie Black at email@example.com.
Source: Evanston Fourth of July Association