Fireworks contributors thanked for support of Lyndonville show

Posted 7 July 2022 at 8:36 am

Photo by Tom Rivers: These two watch the fireworks on July 4 in Lyndonville.


The Lyndonville Lions Club held its 48th Annual Independence Day Celebration on Monday, July 4th. The fireworks display, which culminated the festivities, has become one of the largest shows in all of Western New York.

The fireworks display is by far the greatest expense that the Lions Club incurs during the celebration each year. It is only due to the response and support of area businesses, organizations and the general public that a show of this magnitude is possible.

I would like to extend a sincere thank you to each of the over 45 businesses and organizations that made contributions toward this year’s show. In addition, thanks to all those people who gave donations, who placed money in our Independence Day Firecracker Cans, who dropped money in the firecracker barrels being pulled along the parade route and who dropped money in the firecracker barrels on the school grounds. This year’s response for donations was awesome.

Again, without the tremendous community-minded support of each and every one of you, a display such as this would not be possible. With your continued support in the years ahead, I trust that displays like this may continue well into the future.


Wes Bradley

Lyndonville Lions Club Fireworks Fundraising Chairman