A traditional MPHA 4th of July parade can’t be held this year with food trucks, ice cream, face painting, and live music, but that won’t let our neighborhood down. More than ever, we need to bring our neighborhood together with of course following social distancing! We at MPHA want to bring the parade to you this year in celebrating our great country’s 244th birthday!
Our parade will consist of a procession of your patriotically decorated cars (lead by our Grand Marshal, Jack McNeary, and maybe a fire truck) and of course spectators waving on the procession of your cars beaming of red, white and blue attire and decorations. As always there is no limit to how much you decorate and what! For spectators: dogs, scooters, houses, bikes and of course yourselves! And all of this will be noticed by our acclaimed judges!
What, judges? Yes, we will be looking to give out 1st, 2nd and 3rd prizes to both spectators and cars.
Prizes will be awarded to: Most Patriotic, Most Creative and Coolest Car and Spectacular Spectator!
Visit our Facebook page the next day to see if you are a winner and claim your prize!
Look over our parade route below. We’ll meet with our decorated cars at the Myers Park Traditional School parking lot between 10:00 and 10:15am, leaving at 10:30 with a left turn onto Radcliffe. Spectators, set up your camps along the parade route to join in the festivities!
Start planning your festive decorations early and spread the word! Whether you are a spectacularly decorated spectator or showing off your car or truck, this will no doubt be an awesome way to celebrate Fourth of July together! Any questions? Please reach out to Jenifer Walker at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Summer 2020 issue of The Oak Leaf is now available. Inside you’ll find information about the July 4th Parade, a letter from Becky Carney, a message from our President Charlie Welch, a damage report from our severe May storms, an introduction of our new MPHA directors, and much more. Have an idea, a suggestion, a compliment or a correction? Contact us at email@example.com.
In January, it was known only as a cold beverage best served with a slice of lime. Today, it has having a significant impact on our economy and society as a whole.
We are now Staying at Home which is the responsible thing to do to stop the spread of the highly contagious virus. Myers Park is a close knit community where neighbors visit with one another on sidewalks and in front of their houses. If you know of anyone that needs help, please e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will try to help or put them in touch with those that can offer assistance.
These are truly unprecedented times, but we will return to normalcy. In the meantime, we are fortunate to live in a beautiful neighborhood in a terrific city. There has been a marked increase of outside activity, including people practicing social distancing when they meet and pass others on the loop. While we Stay at Home AND practice proper distancing, spend time outside and enjoy our neighborhood that is so beautiful in the spring.
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