Letter to the Editor


On July 4th the Weston Family 4th of July celebration was held at the Weston Middle School.

On behalf of the Weston Parks & Recreation Department I would like to extend a thank you to those who helped make the event a success.

First our supporters who generously helped us offset some of the costs of the event: Fairfield County Bank, the Bross Chingas Bross team, Bugs and Blades, Dermatology Physicians of Connecticut, and AMG Catering and Events. Their support was so very appreciated!

Anyone who might be interested in being a future supporter of the Family Fourth please feel free to contact me.

The Weston EMS, Volunteer Fire Department and Weston Police were on hand to make sure everyone enjoyed themselves safely. Thank you for all that you do to keep Weston safe!

Thank you to the Weston Public Schools Facilities Department for providing us with stages, chairs, trash barrels and tables, and making sure the grounds were perfect.

Thank you to the entertainers, food truck vendors and the DTC and RTC who provided the ice cream and glow treats!

And a very special thank you to the staff here at Weston Parks & Recreation who worked so hard to make sure everything went smoothly. It was wonderful to see so many smiling faces on the Fourth enjoying this fantastic Independence Day event. Despite the brief afternoon rain storm, we had an awesome crowd!

— David E. Ungar, Director, Weston Parks & Recreation

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