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Safe and sane bangs and booms: Kiwanis fireworks sales support programs

Snoqualmie Valley Kiwanis Club hosts its annual fireworks stands at two locations, on North Bend Way across from R&R Rentals, and at downtown Snoqualmie’s King Street lot, 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. through July 4.

Sales help support the Kiwanis mission, which benefits local children’s, family and veteran programs, and the Mount Si Helping Hand Food Bank.

“All of our fireworks are ‘safe and sane,’” Kiwanis President Paul Tredway told the Record. “All of the proceeds go to great causes here in the Snoqualmie Valley.”

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