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THOMASVILLE, GA (WALB) - Folks in Thomasville are gearing up for the annual fireworks and festivities at Remington Park.

CNS is sponsoring the event. There will be live entertainment featuring the blues band Swingin Harpoon. The night will conclude with a 30 minute fireworks display.

Local churches are helping with the event. "We're ready with water distribution for the thirsty. We have help with trash pickup after the show. Should have a full house with lots of food and family entertainment," said First Baptist Volunteer Christopher Rome.

Food vendors will be on site offering hot dogs, hamburgers and snow cones. For the safety of everyone attending, personal fireworks and grills are prohibited.

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