COVID-19 has turned the world bass-akwards.
With the social distancing, fear of contracting the virus and all that goes with it, the usual 4th of July festivities have been drastically changed or cancelled. An example of this can be found in Montgomery, Ohio – a small suburban Cincinnati community of roughly 10,000.
This year instead of cancelling their 4th of July parade, they’ve decide to do something wildly different – which is to have a reverse parade. Instead of the floats driving by, people will be asked to drive slowly by the stationary floats.
Times like this require you to meet the challenge and Montgomery, Ohio has stepped up. You can read more by clicking the link below.