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Maureen Mooney, President

Chance to Win a Fire Engine Parade Ride on July 4th

Press Release
For Immediate Release
May 18, 2016
Contact:  Maureen Mooney 603.233.0319

MERRIMACK - In cooperation with the Merrimack Fire Rescue Department, the Rotary Club of Merrimack is offering an opportunity to ride in a fire engine in the July 4th parade -  ring the bell, blow the horn and siren, and wave to your friends and neighbors from the loudest and best seat in the parade!  Raffle drawing will be July 2nd and the winner will be notified by phone, so be sure to list a number where you can be reached on the 2nd.

The winner gets three seats on the fire engine.  A child must be accompanied by a parent or guardian.  Riders must understand and agree that, in the event of an emergency, they could be dropped off at any point along the parade route so the engine company can answer the call.

Raffle entries are $2.00 each and may only be purchased on this website:  There is no limit to the amount of tickets an individual can purchase.

The 2016 July 4th Family Fun Day is a day of fun, games, entertainment, & food. The day's schedule has been announced and consists of the following:    Sparkler 5K Road Race (Start at Merrimack YMCA) at 8:00 am;   Merrimack Rotary Club Pancake Breakfast (Merrimack High School Cafeteria) from 8:00 am - 11:00 am;  Parade (Daniel Webster Highway to Baboosic Lake Road ending at the Merrimack High School) starts at 1:00 pm;  Merrimack Rotary Family Fun Day (Mastricola Elementary School Grass Fields) from 12 noon -  9:00 pm with chalk art, multiple food vendors, club & service organizations, non-profit organizations, children's entertainment, teen entertainment, live stage events, Merrimack Police dunk tank, food contests, business vendors, crafts & gifts, specialty vendors, family entertainment, local bands, live demonstrations, and much, much more;  Fireworks (Merrimack High School field) - July 4th begin at dusk.

For a full schedule and to contribute, go to and follow “Merrimack4th” on Twitter.  If interested in participating and/or to reserve space please contact Neil Anketell at