First, thank you for your interest in helping our program. The July 4th Week is our time to be seen by the community and share what we do. These are important outreach and fundraising activities and we can use all the help we can get.
Second, we do what we do in order to offer something unique to our community. Participating in the biggest community events of the year is one way we seek to be connected to that wider community.
Third, we can’t do without you. Your support allows us to continue doing what we do all year long.
BIG ACTION DURING JULY 4 CELEBRATIONOne of our highlights in 2013 was the demonstration at the Castle Street Stage on July 5 for the annual street fair. Here, Vitaliy Tveritin, 12, launches into a flying side kick that turns wood boards into toothpicks.
WHAT: A series of demonstrations as thousands of people stroll-by.
WHEN: Wednesday, July 4 / 8 to 9:30am.
WHERE: Near the hospital.
WHAT: Fill-up water cups for runners. Clean-up empty cups off the street.
WHEN: Set-up begins at 7:30 and station needs to keep busy during the race and until the last runner cruises past.
WHERE: The west side of the Lake Street I-5 overpass (near the CHP station).
WHAT: Place recycling bags in back of trucks and move street dividers to sidewalks for the city to haul away from the Fun Walk turnaround point (west side I-5 Pine Street overpass) down Pine Street to Alma Street.
WHEN: Wednesday, July 4 at about 10am.
WHERE: Pine Street from I-5 Overpass to Alma Street.
Learn why MSMAP continues to participate in events like these over the July 4 holiday and why MSMAP relies on volunteers and fundraising to keep the doors open.