The Fryeburg Free Press is a News Letter for the Greater Conway - Fryeburg - Western Maine Area. Mike Corthell, Editor & Publisher
Tuesday, June 18, 2013
HELP CELEBRATE FRYEBURG’S 250th BIRTHDAY!
June 17, 2013
HELP CELEBRATE FRYEBURG’S
Contacts: Jean Andrews,
Fryeburg will come alive on
the Fourth of July with its annual Children's Parade which will kick off
days festivities. The Parade will be held on Thursday July 4,
2013 and will begin at 10:00 a.m. sharp (9:30
a.m. line up) at the Main
Building of Fryeburg Academy and proceed down Main Street to Bradley
individuals, clubs, groups, camps and businesses to adorn your red, white and
blue, join us and show your support
for our Community, Town and Nation. Show the children of our
Community that you are never to old to
have fun and help celebrate Fryeburg's 250th Birthday!
Fryeburg Village businesses
are encouraged to decorate your store front for the festivities for a chance
to win the "Spirit Award".
beautiful award is given each year for the business who puts forth effort
in decorating for the holiday
and showing their Town Spirit. NEW this year is an additional award for
the BEST FLOAT OR GROUP entry
into the Parade. Gather your friends, co-workers or club members
put together a float in
celebration of the holiday or Fryeburg's Birthday and you could walk away
bragging rights and a
Everyone is encouraged and
welcome to join us immediately after the Parade, as the celebration
continues in Bradley Park with free
entertainment including: music, interactive play, prizes and contests. This
FREE family event will help kick
off the start of the busy summer season. Nancy Ray and Audley Williams will perform in Bradley Park
during the festivities.
Bakers are needed for the
Patriotic Pie contest, a crowd favorite! Please preregister by contacting
Andrews at 207-925-1163.
Organizers are looking for volunteers to help with this event because “we
do it alone”! We are looking
for judges, popcorn handlers, bouncy house guards, parade leaders and