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The Good News. The Memorial Day Parade is an awesome family tradition sponsored by the PHCA and the City of Park Hills. Despite the parade cancelation, in light of COVID-19
State and local guidelines, we take challenge with opportunity, and instead will bring you a pre-recorded online ceremony you can enjoy from your own home.
We are working hard behind the scenes, with social distancing throughout, to bring you this special event. Join us from the comfort of your own home on May
25th for this special small town event that unites our community!
And the Beat Goes On...
Of utmost importance, The City of Park
Hills and the PHCA do not want to miss commemorating those who gave so much for us. Therefore, we are pleased to announce that we will celebrate and honor those heroes who gave their
lives to protect and preserve our freedom in a Commemorative Flag Raising Ceremony Video, which will be published online Monday, May 25, 2020. You may view the video in your own
private setting, at your own time, to help honor our fallen veterans.
We hope you view the online Memorial Day
video, and are are encouraged to take some time on May 25th in your own way, to honor those war heroes who gave their lives to protect and to preserve our freedom.
The City and the PHCA wish to thank all
businesses and residents for your support, and look forward to seeing you at next year's parade and ceremonies.
We leave you today with a line of lyrics
from the song, "And the Beat Goes On," written by Sonny Bono in 1967. We could not help thinking how this applies to the heart of those who give so much in the frontline of any battle, and that no
matter what comes and goes, time keeps marching forward, and so must we...
And the beat goes on
Just like my love everlasting
And the beat goes on you'd better believe it
Still moving strong on and on
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