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Wadsworth Independence Day Fireworks

Date:  July 3, 2016 at Dusk

Where: Downtown Wadsworth
High Street 
 
 
BOSS FROSTY ICE CREAM RIBBON CUTTING

Michelle Reese, Wadsworth Chamber Board member; Jack Ollom, Executive Director, Main Street Wadsworth; Mayor Robin Laubaugh; Owners Gerald and Rosalie Canfield; Janie Parish, Executive Director, Wadsworth Chamber; Jeff Novak, Wadsworth Chamber Board President

The Wadsworth Area Chamber of Commerce, the City of Wadsworth and Main Street Wadsworth celebrated the five-year anniversary and the kick-off to the Family Fun Weekend at Boss Frosty’s Ice Cream, 962 Broad Street, Wadsworth, with a ribbon cutting ceremony on Saturday, June 18. Owners Gerald and Rosalie Canfield recently opened the stand-alone creamery for the summer season. Boss Frosty’s features Electro-Freeze soft serve machines to produce creamy and great tasting treats. Other offerings include hot dogs, pulled pork sandwiches, onion rings and more. Amenities include outdoor picnic table seating and a fun, safe playground for children. Hours are Mondays-Saturdays, 11:30 a.m.-9:00 p.m.; Sundays, 12:00 noon-9:00 p.m. Additional information: www.bossfrostysicecream.com

 

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Wadsworth Chamber of Commerce is dedicated to ensure that Wadsworth is a vibrant business community that offers the unique opportunity to enjoy a small community life with access to a growing business base.

 

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