In an effort to alter the COVID-19 curve, the term “social distancing” has become a part of everyday life. Combine that with Gov. Mike DeWine’s directive to shelter-in-place during this State of Emergency and we have the perfect recipe for cabin fever.
Band Director Rod Miller and the 135 members of the Port Clinton High School Marching Band have a cure for what they are calling “locked-up-inside-itus.” That cure is Port Clinton Pride on Fridays.
Everyone in the Port Clinton School District is invited to step outside of their home at 7 p.m. on Friday, April 3, to stretch your legs, fill their lungs with fresh air, wave to neighbors and enjoy the sounds of the Port Clinton High School Marching Band.
Port Clinton High School Marching Band members in the neighborhoods will also be stepping outside (and maintaining social distancing) with their musical instrument in hand to play school songs and show off their own PC Pride!
Everyone should put on their Red & White, take a few steps outside, say hello to your neighbors (while maintaining social distancing) and enjoy the magical sounds of the home town high school band.
Port Clinton Pride Fridays will continue every Friday evening at 7 p.m. until the State of Emergency is lifted by Gov. DeWine. Of course, Port Clinton band alumni are encouraged to grab their instruments, step outside and join in the fun as well.