2019 July 4th Fireworks Show
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Fourth of July Fireworks Show

Organized by the Love Lake Hawkins Association, one of the best fireworks shows in East Texas is launched from the Lake Hawkins dam and is paid for with sponsorships from local businesses. Next to being in a boat on the lake, the best seats in the house are on our beach, adjacent to the dam.

See our Facebook Events page for details

Lake Hawkins July 4th, 2019

2020 Sponsors

Red, White & Blue – $2500

Patriot – $1000

Lady Liberty – $500

Fire Cracker – $250

  • Key Termite & Pest Control
  • Billy and Charlotte Youngblood
  • Sydney and Matt Mason
  • Ashley Wisk Medlin
  • Cade Medlin
  • Mary Hagan
  • David Stonehouse
  • Aaron Colley & Kari Kollatschny Colley
  • Kay Shafer and Kevin Valentine
  • Jurgen Jack & Sydney Maerz
  • Connie Pierce & Danny Stark

Sparkler – $100

  • Randy & Patti Tunnell Coker
  • Pamela & James Lively
  • Steve & Janet Gress
  • Linda Williams Crabtree
  • Cheryl Voda
  • Lex & Liza Pruett Forster
  • The Jett Family
  • Kenneth Thomas
  • Derbert Drew Mooney Jr
  • Rachel and Pat Tunnell
  • Mark and Alisa Ledkin
  • Thomas and Nancy Vaughan
  • Mike and Sherry Hill
  • Quita Russell
  • Chuck & Kellie Ewings
  • Judge Lucy Hebron
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* Facebook recognition on Love Lake Hawkins Association

Four Ways to Donate

PDF with Sponsorship Details

Thank You,

  • Christin Barber
  • Deann Marney
  • Kaci Warren
  • Lindsay Wilson
  • Erin Wright

Love Lake Hawkins Association

All donations are tax-deductible receipts will be emailed.
Love Lake Hawkins Association is a 501(c)(3) Tax Exempt Organization.

Lake Hawkins Boat Parade 2019

Help us out by remembering these park rules:

  • speed limit throughout park is 5 mph, even for your suped-up golf cart
  • watch out for our most valuable park visitors, children
  • swim at your own risk, no lifeguard on duty
  • no alcohol, smoking or glass bottles on beach
  • cigarette butts, broken glass, and soggy diapers are a turn off to our beachgoers
  • other park visitors may not like your music, so keep volume levels low
  • no dogs allowed on beach, they tend to treat the sand as one big fire hydrant
  • no cooking on the beach, hot coals and bare feet don’t mix
  • have a great time and according to our local groundskeeper: “watch out for sharks!”

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