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N. B. Kelsay Dies; Boosted Fireworks

N. B. Kelsay Dies; Boosted Fireworks image
Parent Issue
Day
17
Month
June
Year
1976
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Copyright Protected

Fireworks show moving to airport

Fireworks show moving to airport image
Parent Issue
Day
8
Month
June
Year
1979
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Boys At Buhr Park The Morning After Fireworks Show - July 5, 1967

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Published In
Ann Arbor News, July 5, 1967
Caption
After fireworks were over, youngsters this morning began "salvage operations" at Buhr Park. While city workers proceeded with cleanup operations, many children "assisted" by looking for souvenirs and booty left behind by the crowd, estimated at 6,500 persons, which watched the fireworks set off by the "Spirit of '76" club last night. Pictured are (from left) Matt Kerns, 10, of 2416 Medford; Mark Gray, 11, of 3143 Creek; John Rose, 12, of 2956 St. Aubin, and John's brother David, 10. They didn't say what they found.

Fireworks Funds Sought, May 1969

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Published In
Ann Arbor News, May 27, 1969
Caption
"A check for $300 to help finance a July 4 fireworks display is accepted N. B. Kelsay of the Spirit of the '76 Club (left). Presenting the check is Russell Losey (right), chairman of the public and business affairs committee of the Ann Arbor Eastern Kiwanis Club, and Howard Fanning, president of the Kiwanis group. Finds for the fireworks display have been solicited from merchants, but the sponsoring Spirit of '76 Club is $1,700 short of its $4000 goal. An appeal is now being made to the general public. The traditional fireworks display at Buhr Park was not held last year because of a lack of funds. Donations may be sent Kelsay at 3008 Packard."