The Calico Rock Lions club will once again bring the community their annual 4th of July fireworks extravaganza on Monday (July 3rd) evening, at dusk in Earl King Park off state highway 56 in Calico Rock. The event never fails to entertain all those who attend, young and old alike.
The Lions work tirelessly at raising money to help finance the annual show aimed at celebrating American independence. “We are committed to providing our community, area residents, and visitors with wholesome, family fun on the birthday of our nation,” said Lions club Secretary, Rich Fischer. “All Lions throughout the world strive to live up to the organization’s international motto ‘We Serve’. . .and our annual fireworks display is just one way we can demonstrate our ongoing commitment. This year is particularly special as it marks the 100th anniversary of Lions Clubs International started in Chicago in 1917,” concluded Fischer.
The Lions will be stationed at park exits following the conclusion of the show accepting donations from attendees who wish to show their appreciation and help support local Lions’ charitable projects.