Cape Gazette

Nicola Pizza gives to Rehoboth Beach 2013 Fireworks Fund

Jun 18, 2013
Source: Submitted

Rehoboth Beach Main Street is up and running with its 2013 Rehoboth Beach Fireworks fundraising campaign. Nick Caggiano, owner of Nicola Pizza, is shown presenting Fireworks Fund Chair Kathy McGuiness with a $3,000 donation.

This year's display will take place at approximately 9 p.m., Thursday, July 4.

Rehoboth's annual Fourth of July show is funded entirely by donations from businesses and individuals in the community.  For more information go to


Funland, a Rehoboth Beach icon, generously supports the 2013 Fireworks Fund.  Shown (l-r) are Fireworks Fund Chair Kathy McGuiness accepting a $5,000 donation from Funland's Nathan and Amy Grinder. (Source: Submitted)
Shown (l-r) are County Bank Marketing Director Jason Moshier, Fireworks Fund Chair Kathy McGuiness and County Bank Assistant Vice President Karen Mumford as McGuiness accepts a check for $1,000. (Source: Submitted)
Rehoboth Beach Homeowners' Association presents a $1,000 donation to the 2013 Rehoboth Beach Fireworks Fund. Shown (l-r) are Treasurer Marcia Maldeis , Vice President Steve Angle, Secretary Bob Miller, Tom McGlone, President Charlie Browne, Chuck Donohoe and Fireworks Committee Chair Kathy McGuiness. (Source: Submitted)
Representing the Big Fish Group of Big Fish Grill, The Summer House and Salt Air, Craig Krick presents Rehoboth Beach Main Street's Fireworks Fund Chair Kathy McGuiness with a $1,000 check. (Source: Submitted)
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