Make Some Noise ...

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. 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!

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!

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