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Local duo shows support for first responders and military
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Showing support is a way to let people know that you care and you support them for what they do and this is what two people of Great Bend are doing this Sunday with a parade down Main St. in Great Bend.
Joseph Trimmer and Shanna Meeks has organized a parade to show support for first responders and military that will start at 6 p.m. and go down Main St. past the court house.
“We wanted to put on this parade because all the bad publicity and press about law-enforcement and military through all the things that are going on in the world,” Trimmer said. “We wanted to show a united front and show support and to show that we care.”
The parade will consist of the Great Bend Police Department, Barton County Sheriff’s Office, The Great Bend Fire Department and EMS services, Doonan Truck and Equipment, American Legion Riders of Post 180 in Great Bend, boy and girl scouts, military vehicles, Bikers of Central Kansas and much more.
“We really hope we get a great turn out for the parade and people come out and show their support for the people that keep us safe,” Trimmer said.