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Tullahoma fireworks show still in limbo

Posted on February 13, 2015 at 5:00 am

STAFF WRITER wayne thomas   Tullahoma Kiwanis Club member Mike Rutherford maintains it will take about $18,000 in donations for the club to sponsor a July 4 fireworks show for the City of Tullahoma. Rutherford spoke to club members and others recently at Lakewood Golf and Country Club who are interested in reviving the fireworks and airshow canceled in 2014. “It takes about $18,000 without a band and airshow,” Rutherford

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