Neighbors

Volunteers needed for city of Mesa July 4 event

Posted 5/24/22

The Titan Solar Power Arizona Celebration of Freedom returns to downtown and Mesa needs volunteers to make it the biggest and best free patriotic event yet in Arizona.

The July 4 celebration has …

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Volunteers needed for city of Mesa July 4 event

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The Titan Solar Power Arizona Celebration of Freedom returns to downtown and Mesa needs volunteers to make it the biggest and best free patriotic event yet in Arizona.

The July 4 celebration has entertainment, live music, a Revolutionary War reenactment, family fun and fireworks, according to a release.

Volunteers will help in various shifts and activities such as entertainment stages, family fun zones, event entrances and information booths. Volunteers must be at least 16 years of age with a parent signature or 14 if accompanied by a parent or guardian. The volunteer work is mostly outdoors and is subject to inclement weather.

Volunteers will get a commemorative T-shirt (while supplies last), snacks and plenty of cool drinks during their volunteer shifts. All volunteers will also be entered into a raffle to win gift cards, prizes and more. Sign up to volunteer at azcelebrationoffreedom.org.

The Titan Solar Power Arizona Celebration of Freedom is 6-10 p.m. Monday, July 4, at the Mesa Convention Center and Mesa Amphitheatre, 263 N. Center St.

The 2022 Titan Solar Power Arizona Celebration of Freedom is sponsored by the city of Mesa; Mesa Convention Center; Mesa Parks, Recreation and Community Facilities; Sertoma Club; Visit Mesa; Downtown Mesa Association; 94.5 KOOL-FM; Delta Hotels; Entertainment Solutions Inc.; Arizona Car Show LLC; AMR; HomeServe; Nesbitt Contracting; Mesa Recycles; Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport and United Food Bank.

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