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Tuesday, June 30, 2020

PHOTOS: Some Good (Wyoming) News

Birthday parties were not just for the young – also celebrating were the young at heart!  Kelly Fischer turned 50 to a parade of cars led by a police escort.
Thank you, Wyoming, for sharing some good news with us.

Your photo submissions from our first eight weeks of quarantine brightened our days. Wyoming adapted and adjusted and stayed home to help our health care professionals flatten the curve, while also surviving a tornado and paying our respects at a socially distanced Wyoming funeral procession. 

College students returned to the nest and grandparents waved hello from the street, while birthday celebrations became “drive by” parties and neighbors found ways to connect in their yards for much needed breaks and fun.

Enjoy these memories of “the early days of the pandemic of 2020”.

Retreating to the neighbor’s tree fort (the Babcock’s), the Dilhoff children were taking a break from home schooling and giving dad a chance to get some quiet work done. 

Birthdays during quarantine were different, but the drive-by party became a staple of the celebration – here high school students line up in their cars ready to drive by and honk in celebration. 

Locked inside? Break out the art supplies! Loads of folks brought beauty and talent to Wyoming’s rocks, then hid them around town. 
These high school students had just learned their spring breaks were cancelled, but socially distant yoga on the tennis courts was still permitted.

 Pop-up socially distant block parties brought neighbors together.

Jeanie Zoller shows off her new face mask while husband John is sporting his new Columbus Clippers hat with Ohio’s flag made popular from a DeWine press conference.

 Handmade signs thanking our essential workers popped up around town.   

The Wyoming community came out in the hundreds and safely stood six feet apart to honor and support fallen police officer, and Wyoming High School Alumni, Kaia Grant. The funeral procession was an amazing display of solidarity and collaboration of police departments across the entire Midwest. 

This Chisolm home was decked out in thank you signs for everyone imaginable - from nurses to delivery drivers and from utility workers to strangers. 

Wyoming High School Music Department hand-delivered Wyoming Pastry Shop cookies to all 60 seniors in the music program. Here Laura Coomer safely delivers the yummy treats to Angelise.

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