On Sunday at 7 p.m., area residents and churches are asked to ring bells for three minutes in support of first responders, healthcare workers and essential employees.
PRESS RELEASE: PERKASIE BOROUGH PROUD TO PARTICIPATE IN “BELLS ACROSS PENNSYLVANIA”
Perkasie Borough has announced that they will be participating in “Bells Across Pennsylvania Day” in support of first responders, healthcare workers and essential employees, and their ongoing efforts during the coronavirus pandemic.
On May 3, area residents and churches are asked to ring bells at 7 p.m. for three minutes, with each minute representing one of the following principles:
• To recognize and honor first responders, healthcare workers, and employees of grocery stores, pharmacies and other life-sustaining businesses who have maintained essential services while at risk of infection from COVID-19;
• To show solidarity with elected officials and residents of municipalities across the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, all of whom are fighting COVID-19 on the frontlines together; and
• To demonstrate a collective resolve that Pennsylvanians will prevail over COVID-19 and work tirelessly to ensure that their businesses and civic life will thrive once again.
“Bells Across Pennsylvania Day” is an initiative of the Pennsylvania State Mayors’ Association.
Questions regarding the Bells Across Pennsylvania event may be directed to Mayor Hollenbach’s office at firstname.lastname@example.org