Fireworks on the Farm

The proceeds from Cedar Hill Farm’s Labor Day fireworks display went to the Palmer Home for Children, a nonprofit organization that helps children from difficult environments. Left to right: Robert Foster, president of Cedar Hill Farm, Memory Craig, community outreach coordinator for the Palmer Home, Sarah Hollis, vice president of engagement for the Palmer Home.

Over 450 cars gathered this year to watch fireworks on Labor Day weekend to support the Palmer Home for Children, a faith-based organization that aids children who come from from difficult environments.

 

The event raised over $12,000, more than the previous eight years of the event.

 

The fundraiser, hosted by Cedar Hill Farm and with the support of the presenting sponsor, Pintail Construction, included fireworks and several other outdoor activities on the farm.

 

The Palmer Home for Children is entirely donation-based and has roots in the community that trace back to the late 1890s.

 

The fireworks event at Cedar Hill Farm began in 2012, and over time, has raised over $40,000 for the Palmer Home for Children.

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