Sherburne Celebrates Fourth Of July
Published: July 2nd, 2009
By: Jessica Lewis

Sherburne celebrates fourth of July

SHERBURNE – For the sixteenth year in a row, the Sherburne Lions Club will be holding their annual Fourth of July celebration in Paddleford Park. Featuring an array of food, entertainment and family fun, the Lions will be sponsoring the event once again.

According to a Lions Club member, this year’s event is sure to be fun for children and adults of all ages. The entertainment will begin at 11 a.m. as local singer Cassidy Lynn takes the stage. Lynn is a fixture of the Sherburne celebration, having kicked off the musical entertainment for several years. Performing a selection of country western music, Lynn has performed both locally and nationally. She has opened for nationally known bands like Charlie Pride and Trick Pony.

Following the performance by Lynn, Sherburne-Earlville high school junior Pam Powell will take the stage. This year will mark Powell’s second performance at the Sherburne Independence Day celebration.

As the celebration continues, area DJs will play music until approximately 6 p.m. when the last band of the day will take the stage. The local group Knight Ryders will take the stage around 6 and will play a selection of songs until around 9 p.m. when the fireworks will officially begin.

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