FM businesses step up for fireworks display

Fort Madison Community Hospital CEO, Jeremy Alexander presents a check for their support of the Light Up The Sky this 4th of July 2018 fireworks campaign to Tim Gobble, Fort Madison Partners Executive Director. Donations are still needed to put on one of the areas largest fireworks displays and those with an interesting in donating at any level can contact Gobble or the Fort Madison Partners office at 319-372-5471.

 

 

 

 

 

Dr. Mark Pothitakis & Associates Family Dentistry, is the most current supporter to come forward and help with the 2018 Light Up The Sky this 4th of July campaign. Out front of their newest location on 47th street, Dr. Mark Pothitakis presents a check to Tim Gobble, Fort Madison Partners. There is still a need to help off-set the cost of the show, if interested or able please contact the Partners office at 319-372-5471.

 

 

Pilot Grove is showing their support to the Light Up The Sky This 4th of July campaign with their contribution. Pilot Grove representatives Melissa Flowers, Justin Menke and Diane Huddleson present a check to Fort Madison Partners Director Tim Gobble for the 2018 fireworks show.

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