Moses Lake Freedom Fest – grateful for the support

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Grateful to the community for support of this event the first weekend in July. Our community hosted a large farmers market, activities for the kids, food truck rodeo, music, and fireworks on Saturday in McCosh Park. On Sunday, Grant County International Airport was the venue for static airshow, car show, art show, paper airplane contest, Home Depot kid craft, food and specialty vendors. The event attracted over 5,500 people over the two days. Visit our website at www.moseslakefreedomfest.com or on Facebook, Moses Lake Freedom Festival, for more details and photos.

This event would not have happened without generous contributions by many. Thank you Freeman Holdings Group, Million Air Moses Lake, AV Fuels, AeroTEC, Mitsubishi, Inn at Moses Lake, SGL Automotive Carbon Fibers, Les Schwab, Moses Lake Farmers Market, Calbom & Schwab, Ten Pin Brewing, Country Financial Insurance Ė Koethke Agency, Pure Country Harvest, Washington State Potato Commission, Ring Ring Cricket Wireless, Consolidated Disposal Service, Scott & Yolli Lawn Care & Building Maintenance, Winzler Vehicle Licensing, AAA Ready Mix, Ameristay Inn & Suites, Milbrandt Vineyards, Northwest Farm Credit, Julie Peterson Real Estate, Dr. Ryann Leonard, Zip Truck Lines, Pump Tech, Stark Healing Message, Results by Redwine, Dairy Queen, Burger King, Heavenís Best, Windermere Real Estate, American Legion Post #209, Columbia Basin Elks Lodge #1930, Home Depot, BNB Works, Terri and Tyler Brown, Todd Voth, Schafer Livestock, and MLBA.

Many thanks to our volunteers and workers who spent hours in the heat pulling it all together: Columbia Basin Cancer Foundation, Grant County Animal Outreach, Port of Moses Lake Staff, City of Moses Lake Staff, Moses Lake Chamber of Commerce Staff, and individuals who were recruited along the way.

Debbie Doran-Martinez

Moses Lake

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