Co-op City’s patriotism was on full display at its traditional Independence Day Block Party and Fireworks Show
Co-op City Displays Its Patriotic Pride
Police officer Anthony Jackson (back, 2nd from r) and the 45th Precinct Police Explorers had a great evening.
Co-op City’s patriotism was on full display at its traditional Independence Day Block Party and Fireworks Show on Wednesday, July 3 on the Greenway opposite the Co-op City Little League Field. Sponsored by Riverbay Fund, the annual celebration featured live music, delicious food and a fireworks display in honor of our nation’s 243rd birthday!
The skies over Co-op City lit up in patriotic hues.
The fireworks display was a sight to behold!
Nicole and Terrance Washington and their daughter had a great time.
Many residents attended this year’s Independence Day celebration.
(l-r) Mariam McCormick, Deborah Keyes, Sophia Reid and Mimi Graham came out for the concert and fireworks.
Posted 12:00 am, July 13, 2019