LA CROSSE, Wisconsin (WXOW) -- The La Crosse Skyrockers have begun their nightly salutes from the top of Grandad Bluff.
The salutes, in which a few fireworks are shot off, take place most nights in December. The Skyrockers take off on Christmas Eve and Christmas Day.
The Skyrockers are a non-profit organization tasked with, among other things, putting on La Crosse's annual New Year's Eve fireworks display.
But the salutes give them a chance to perfect their craft while interacting with members of the community.
For a suggested fee of $25 per shot, people can sign up to participate in the nightly salutes by firing off a firework. To learn more about how to do so, click here.
The Skyrockers have been around since 1929.
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