Cowbells for Courage rings in a tribute for Park City’s essential workers

  • Source: Park City Record
  • Published: 05/20/2020 01:02 PM

PHOTO: Linda Dugins believes Park City needs more cowbell. That’s why she has organized the Cowbells for Courage car parade, which will honor the town’s first responders and essential workers on Thursday, May 21. The parade, which is free for people to join, will start at 3 p.m. at Park City Hospital, Dugins said. People should plan on meeting between 2:30-3 p.m. at the Quinn’s Trailhead parking lot, between the Park City Dog Park and Park City Ice Arena, she said. “We hope to have a police motorcade escort lead the parade,” Dugins said. The parade will run by the Round Valley Clinic, People’s Health Clinic and the Summit County Health Department before looping into town to pass The Market Park City grocery store and the Park City Police Station, according to Dugins. From there, cars will head down to Smith’s at Kimball Junction before heading up to the Summit County Sheriff’s Department.


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