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Fireworks Light Up The Night Following SteepleCats Win

By John WoodNorth Adams SteepleCats
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NORTH ADAMS, Mass —It was a night filled with baseball, a large crowd, and a grand fireworks display on Fourth of July in North Adams.

The SteepleCats faced off against the Sanford Mainers to start of the celebration on Wednesday. Backed by a crowd of more than 2,600, the SteepleCats rolled to a 4-1 victory that included a two-run double by Hoosac Valley High School graduate Matt Koperniak to help secure the win.

Following the game, a fireworks display of all sizes, shapes, and colors occurred that would not have been capable without the tremendous support of the community.

The North Adams SteepleCats and the City of North Adams would like to thank all the sponsors.

Thank you to our Grand Finale sponsors MountainOne Bank, Big Y Supermarket, and Tourists.

Thank you to our Roman Candle Sponsors: A1 Inc., The Maxymillian Companies, Mass MoCA, North Adams Chamber of Commerce, North Adams SteepleCats, and the Richard E. Neal for Congress Committee.

Thank you to our All American Sponsors: B & B Micro Manufacturing, Berkshire Family and Individual Resources, Bright Ideas Brewing, Crane & Co., Desperado's Mexican Restaurant,, Moresi & Associates, Museum of Dog, Very Good Property Development Co., and West Oil.

And thank you to our Firecracker sponsors: Bedini & St. Pierre, Ellen Janis Mass Mutual, Jack's Hot Dog Stand, Installation Space, Security Plumbing & Heating Supply, and Village Pizza North Adams. And our Patriot Sponsors: AR Design Fine Art & Tattoo, A OK BBQ, At Home TLC, Inc, Bark N' Cat, Benchmark Kitchens, Ben Lamb & Emily Schiavoni, Becks Printing, Berkshire Community Action Council, Berkshire Emporium & Antiques, Bird Song Gallery, Boston Sea Foods Restaurant, Camp Miksic, Common Folk, CT Management Group, Dave's Package Store, DiLego Jewelry Store, Diane Cutillo and Bernie Pinnsonault, Edward Jones - Rob Adams - North Adams Branch, Empire Cafe, Gabe and Amber Besaw, Grazie, Greylock Community Club, The Hub, Integrated Eco Strategy, Jason M. LaForest, Jennifer Flynn Bernard & Mayor Tom Bernard, Klipper Kingz, Lever, Inc., Mia's Exchange, Michael Chapman & Amanda Turner, Moulton's Hearing & Spectacle Shoppe, Northern Berkshire Community Coalition, outside, Persnickety Toys, The Porches Inn, Public Eat + Drink, Scizzor Sisterz, and Shear Madness Salon.

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