Beachwood postponed their fireworks last year, along with most towns, because of Covid-19 and social distancing rules.

I can not wait for this year's 4th of July Celebration. It's always such a great family time. We play games, give-away prizes, and of course, the "famous" Hot Potato game that gets so crazy, but always so much fun. We have to have two groups going at the same time with different age groups. Kids see me at stores and ask, "Are you going to play Hot-Potato this year"...it's a "huge" hit. I love it so much, "thank you".

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This summer we will play Hot Potato, get ready.

Beachwood's website made the announcement, there will be fireworks this year on the 4th of July.

And we can't forget about the "92.7 WOBM Shawn & Sue Super Scavenger Hunt". This is a crazy scavenger hunt right at Beachwood Beach. We hand out, literally hundreds of papers, with 10 different things to look for at the beach. One is always something with 92 and a 7 on a $5 bill or a quarter. Anything from a seashell with a crack to a red, white, and blue hair tie. It's always so much fun.

We just can't "thank you" enough for all the wonderful memories we've shared together at the 4th of July Celebration in Beachwood. I'm so ready for this year.

July 4th is a Sunday this year, wear your red, white, and blue and get ready to see the "BEST" fireworks (in my opinion) at the Jersey Shore.

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