VFW deserves thanks for a job well done

The city asked for help. We asked for help. The community asked for help. And the Norwalk Veterans of Foreign Wars stepped up, as its members have done so many times in so many different ways over the years. When the Jaycees decided they needed to go in a different direction and would no longer be responsible for raising the $10,000 that, along with $3,000 from the city, paid for the annual fireworks display it appeared as if Norwalk would be devoid of the treat this year.
Norwalk Reflector Staff
Jul 25, 2010

The city asked for help. We asked for help. The community asked for help. And the Norwalk Veterans of Foreign Wars stepped up, as its members have done so many times in so many different ways over the years.

When the Jaycees decided they needed to go in a different direction and would no longer be responsible for raising the $10,000 that, along with $3,000 from the city, paid for the annual fireworks display it appeared as if Norwalk would be devoid of the treat this year.

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