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By Brian Hess
Editor 

Memorial Park Reports 'Successful' J4; Profit Expected

Cost of Fireworks Covered by Five Corporate Sponsors; 10 Booths Set Up

 

Gary Baranec

The annual agricultural parade was held Tuesday, June 30, in Martinsburg. Jackson Nesius, 5, of East Freedom (left) and Kolston Yohn, 4, of Roaring Spring look for the next parade float to come past their location along the parade route.

Visitors to Morrisons Cove Memorial Park's annual Fourth of July Celebration did not let coronavirus derail their excitement.

With so many events around the region cancelled due to COVID-19, the park's board of directors and Executive Director Chuck Gojmerac wanted to try their best to provide family fun entertainment in a safe way.

"The park board and I were happy that we were able to provide some sort of programming event during this COVID pandemic," Gojmerac said. "We received quite a few positive comments about the layout and the social distancing that was available each evening for our...



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