The streets were filled, the park was packed and the boardwalk was lined with Algonac city residents as they celebrated the Algonac Lions Pickerel Tourament with the area's annual fireworks presentation. Not a patch of grass was visible in Riverfront Park's as thousands of blankets, beach towels and lawnchairs were spread across the 5-acre shoreline. The cheers of the crowd filled the air as the presentation's final lit up the night sky. The fireworks marked the second night of festivities during the community's 74th annual Lions Pickerel Tournament. The tournament is a 6 day community-wide bash that features a carnival midway, parade, fishing tournament, and a 10K run as well as a queen's court crowning, soap box derby and numerous food-eating contests. Now in its 7th decade, all of the funds collected during the festival go to leading Lions Club causes such as Leader Dogs for the Blind, the Algonac food pantry, Toys for Tots and local student scholarships. The Club's summer festival runs through Wednesday, July 4th.