Hear about our history, honor our hometown heroes!
July 4, 1 pm
Gather at the gazebo in Cameron Park to hear about our history and honor our hometown heroes. See static displays of military, police, fire, and EMS vehicles. After the ceremony, enjoy live music entertainment!
Sequence of Events
Ceremony begins at 1pm at the Cameron Park Gazebo. In case of rain, the ceremony will be held in the 1st Presbyterian Church across the street.
Welcome and remarks - MC Mark Lawrence
National Anthem - sung by Kerena Carr, 94KX
Pledge of Allegiance - led by Benjamin Snyder, President, Sunbury Moose #181
Invocation - Pastor Rich Fangmann
Sunbury Semiquincentennial 1772 - 2022
Mayor's Semiquincentennial Proclamation - Mayor Josh Brosious
Presentation of Citations
Congressman Fred Keller
State Senator John Gordner
State Representative Lynda Culver
The Sunbury Semiquincentennial Address - Bill Purdy
The City of Sunbury Centennial 1922 - 2022
Mayor's Centennial Proclamation - Mayor Josh Brosious
Recognition of Centennial Organizations
Honoring of Hometown Heroes
Sunbury Police Department - Chief of Police, Brad Hare
Sunbury Fire Department - Fire Chief Ronald Rupp, Jr.
Sunbury's History of Military Service - John Deppen
Lowering of Ceremonial Flag - Shikellamy JROTC
Playing of Taps - Richard Zellers
Flag Folding Ceremony - narrated by Honorable Mike Toomey
Closing Remarks - Mayor Joshua Brosious
Benediction and Blessings - Mark Lawrence
Post-ceremony Entertainment until 10pm
Music in the Gazebo
Blue River Soul featuring vocalist Karen Meeks - 3pm to 6pm
Check 1 Two - 6:30pm to 9pm
DJ Music - 9pm to 10pm
FIRST RIDE AT 4PM!
Ferris wheel open from 4pm to 10pm