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Party in the Park rocks Downtown

Country star Aaron Pritchett entertains more than 7,000 people in downtown Chilliwack Friday night at the grand finale of the summer-long Party In The Park.  - Tara Hiebert/ Progress
Country star Aaron Pritchett entertains more than 7,000 people in downtown Chilliwack Friday night at the grand finale of the summer-long Party In The Park.
— image credit: Tara Hiebert/ Progress

I had the most fun ever at [Friday night’s] finale for Party In The Park!

Myself, my daughter and my granddaughter were front and centre for Aaron Prichett, and it was the best entertainment this city has seen in a long time! Free-safe-family fun.

All of the bands were wonderful. The security and RCMP made it a care-free venue, the food was great, and our community pulled together in a tiny park with 7,500 people to make it an incredible evening for all.

Trevor McDonald, you rock. Thank you to all involved that pulled this summer’s event together. You are the best! You made Chilliwack “shine”! I hope next year the events have a couple more weeks added! You all made me proud to call Chilliwack “home!”

 

Terrie Birston

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