Co-op City’s patriotism is on full display at traditional fireworks show
Co-op City Displays Its Patriotic Pride
Assemblyman Michael Bendedetto (l) and Assembly Speaker Carl Heastie joined in celebrating the festivities.
Thirty-sixth Senate District hopeful Jamaal Bailey (l), Assembly Speaker Heastie’s community affairs director and Male District Leader in the 83rd Assembly District with Lillian Valez and Terrell Wheeler during the celebration.
‘Bruff’ (l) and Claudia Sampson danced the night away.
Guests watched in awe of the stunning fireworks show at Co-op City.
A kaleidoscopic fireworks display lit up the night sky.
Co-op City celebrated America’s 240th birthday a day early with its traditional Independence Day Block Party and Fireworks Show on Sunday, July 3 on the Greenway opposite the Co-op City Little League Field. Sponsored by Riverbay Fund, the annual celebration featured live music by the Unique Band, delicious food and a fireworks display lighting the skies over Co-op City in patriotic hues.
Updated 5:04 pm, July 9, 2018