Community leaders, business owners, pastors step up for Lawncrest’s 4th of July dunk tank

For $1, you’ll get three chances to dunk one of a dozen Lawncrest community leaders into a tub of water. Business owners, rec center coaches, pastors and more have volunteered for stints in the dunk tank, part of Lawncrest’s 97th annual Fourth of July celebration.

See photos from last year’s event below:

Dunk away

11-11:30  Community Assoc. President Bill Dolbow

11:30-11:45  Rec Center leader Brian Andrews

11:45-12  City Council aide Kathy Wersinger

12-12:30  Munchies’ Restaurant owner Bob Convery

12:30-12:45  Librarian Deb Mikus

12:45-1   Woman’s Club President Linda Costello

1-1:30 Crescentville  United Methodist Rev. Randy Brubaker

1:30-2 Cubmaster Troop #563 leader Ron Pleis

2-2:30 Lawncrest Lions

2:30-3 Prince of Peace Church Rev. Ben Krey

3-3:30  Attack Mode Boxing Club

3:30-4  Retiring Recreation Center Leader Jim Ritvalsky

The festivities begin at 9 a.m. on the 4th when the parade kicks off at Martins Mill Road and Rising Sun Avenue. That will be followed by a flag-raising ceremony at the rec center. The flea market, car show, children’s rides, food court and live entertainment will go all day, leading right up to the fireworks show at dusk behind the rec center.

The dunk tank will be set up from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Rising Sun Avenue. July 7 is the rain date for the event.

WHYY is your source for fact-based, in-depth journalism and information. As a nonprofit organization, we rely on financial support from readers like you. Please give today.

Want a digest of WHYY’s programs, events & stories? Sign up for our weekly newsletter.

Together we can reach 100% of WHYY’s fiscal year goal