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Coronado 4th of July Committee Seeks Funds

Coronado’s 71st annual 4th of July celebration is closing in on us. The theme for this year’s celebration is “The American Dream.” The 4th of July Committee, chaired by David Szymanski, is seeking monetary donations to defray the day’s costs. The daylong event cost about $75,000 for the 2018 festivities and the Committee expects this year’s events to be similar in expenses.

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The Committee is grateful for the grants from the City of Coronado and the Port of San Diego. The remainder of the expenses for the parade is generated from generous private donors.

What can you do to help? Please consider sending a donation to the Committee and help us make the 71st annual parade and day’s celebration another great occasion.

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Three specific contributing categories are available, but any donation amount will be gratefully accepted:

  • Contributing Patron ($250)
  • Sponsor ($150)
  • Supporter ($100)

Please send your contributions to:

Coronado 4th of July Committee
Attn: Donation
PO Box 180541
Coronado, CA, 92178-0541

          All donations are fully tax deductible to the full extent of the law.

Official Coronado 4th of July Website:

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