City of Cudahy Thanks Generous Donors to the City of Cudahy 4th of July Celebration

June 13, 2014

For Immediate Release: City of Cudahy Thanks Generous Donors to City of Cudahy 4th of July Celebration.

The City of Cudahy would like to thank and acknowledge the following list of businesses, organizations,and individuals who have contributed to the cities 2014 Fourth of July Celebration. These generous
donations along with the support of the City of Cudahy, allow us to expand our day long offerings to our residents and guests that visit the largest daylong celebration and parade in our community.

Thank you again to everyone:
Cudahy Lions Club, ATI Ladish Forging, Charlie’s Discount Tobacco and Liquor, Jet Repair, Alderman Randy and Carrie Hollenbeck, Skyline Catering, Sheridan’s Boutique Hotel & American Bistro, North Shore Bank of Cudahy, FMP Fabricated Metal Products, Showcase Dance Studio, Military Order of the Purple Heart, Papa Luigi’s of Cudahy, Customs Unlimited Auto Body, Ewald’s Venus Ford,Milwaukee County Supervisor Patricia Jursik, In Focus Photography, Southside Cruisers Car Club, Molly
McGartland, and the City of Cudahy.

Please enjoy the upcoming 4th of July celebration and also support these businesses and organizations in our community.

Mayor John Hohenfeldt
06/13/2014

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