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Story and photography by Magen Estep

Thunderfest 2018 was held on July 3 this year at the National Corvette Museum Amphitheater. Crowds arrived to the event excited for the music, food, games and fireworks. Food trucks surrounded the top of the amphitheater while kids began to fill the space below to play games, tie dye shirts and have their faces painted to get in the spirit of the 4th of July. Thunderfest is hosted each year by Kiwanis and makes great investments into our community with the money raised. For more information on Kiwanis, visit their website at

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