VIDEO: Eighth Annual Hullabaloo Celebrates Raising Over Ten Grand

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Organizers of Flagstaff Hullabaloo recently announced that the eighth annual event raised over $11,000 for local organizations.

A few weeks ago, on the weekend of June 3 and 4, over 6,000 attendees came together in Wheeler Park to enjoy the community festival. Together, they raised a significant amount of money that will support local nonprofits including Flagstaff Shelter Services, Grand Canyon Youth, and Big Brothers Big Sisters of Flagstaff.

Participants who donated to the food drive contributed to 630 pounds of food that went to the Flagstaff Family Food Center. 

 It was an amazing event that brought the community together while raising money for those in need.
Hullabaloo has made quite the impact since 2010, raising over $80,000 for nonprofits and earning the title of Best Flagstaff Festival six times!
The community festival is family-friendly and features circus performers, costume contests, giant puppets, live music, a bike parade, a children’s area, local vendors and much more.
The event was so successful that dates have already been announced for next year’s festival! The 9th annual Hullabaloo will take place on June 2 and 3, 2018.
For more information on Hullabaloo please visit the official website! 

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