Block Captain Katy Roberson and the 200 block of F Avenue began a friendly challenge with the adjacent block. This became a friendly competition to see whose block could make the most noise to show support for our first responders and hospital heroes on Saturday nights. A picture of the block in action appeared on Fox News last week. Both the Broadstone and the Shores began a similar show of support.
Neighbor 2 Neighbor (N2N) joined with the 200 and 300 blocks of F Avenue, Broadstone, and the Shores in a display of support this past weekend. With this, Coronado has begun a tradition of residents citywide coming together, ringing cow bells, banging pots and pans, playing musical instruments and yelling for all to hear, to coincide with the 7 p.m. Sharp Coronado Hospital shift change.
By making noise, residents can show their support for our caregivers and first responders. By making a lot of noise, we will be heard across the town and bay!
Begun in Italy, community shows of support have spread around the globe. The only thing more contagious than a virus is optimism.
Let’s make some noise, Coronado!