thank you for celebrating 99 years of being a bridging community with us!

Edmonston Day 2023 – Recap!

The Town of Edmonston just celebrated is 99th birthday after a long, hiatus due to Covid-19. In celebration of the milestone, we held our annual Edmonston Day Parade and Festival!

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On Saturday, June 10th, the town was full of festivities and community spirit. Throughout the day, residents and visitors alike enjoyed live music, delicious food, and a wide range of activities for all ages. Mayor Tracy Gant presented awards to our local businesses, volunteers, and even selected our first ever Junior Mayor, Elizabeth M.

Elizabeth M. was selected as the 1st ever Junior Mayor. In Elizabeth\’s essay she shared how she is a family-oriented, considerate the feelings of others, while maintaining a logical perspective in problem-solving situations.

Elizabeth also shared the following \”As Junior Mayor, I want to work for the community and improve Edmonston to become a safe, and greener town.\”

We want to extend our heartfelt gratitude to all the residents, vendors, municipalities, elected officials, mayors, representatives from other towns, volunteers, Edmonston Police Department, and staff who joined us in celebrating Edmonston Day! Your participation made the event a huge success. We hope you enjoyed the festivities as much as we did. 

Seeing everyone come together to celebrate our wonderful community was truly heartwarming. The music, food, and activities created a lively atmosphere that showcased the unique spirit of Edmonston. 

We appreciate your continued support and look forward to seeing you at future events. Thank you for making Edmonston Day a memorable occasion, we hope to see you at Edmonston Day 2024, for the centennial celebration!

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