Letter: Generosity ensures fireworks tradition continues

To the editor,

The Naugatuck Park Department, the Fourth of July Committee, and the Borough of Naugatuck, would like to extend our sincerest thanks for the following businesses and families for their donation to the Fourth of July 2016 fund: Bellemare Tree Service, CT Signcraft, attorney Fred Dlugokecki, Luso Cleaning Service, the Cornacchia family, Fitzpatrick, Mariano and Santos, PC, Housatonic Fence Co., Scinto family, Ion Bank, A Better Way Wholesale Autos, Robert Butler, H.J. Bushka and Sons, Naugatuck Window & Glass, Celentano Properties, MCR Donuts, Inc.,  Anderson/Penniman family, Naugatuck Elks #967, Buckmiller, Thurston, Mengacci Funeral Home, Naugatuck Family Chiropractic, LLC, J&A Waterville Oil Service, Inc., John Aresta, CPA, Shepperd/Katra family, D&D Liquors, Trefz Corporation, Liberty Bank and Costco.

We would like to thank the Naugatuck Veteran’s Council, the Naugatuck Park and Recreation Department staff, and the Naugatuck police and fire departments for their assistance with the fireworks program. Also, Sue Curran, Marie Padilla, Pete & Chris Amusements, Justmakeitup Facepainting by Jennifer Puffen, Rita’s of Southington, Naugatuck Softee, The Naugatuck Community Choir, Jams Disc Jockey, Tara Hillios, the Paliulis family, Rocky Vitale, Linda Ramos, Desiree Wagner, Cailah Baranowski, and Naugatuck Fire Fighters Local 1219.

Your generosity ensures the continuation of Naugatuck’s long tradition of sponsoring a community-oriented celebration of our nation’s birthday and one of the best fireworks displays in the area.

Thank you again for your support.

Kim Eyre

Emily Rau

Naugatuck Park and Recreation