“The Sweetest Days of Summer, GRC Class of ’82 reunion and more city commission news

Published 10:39 am Thursday, July 7, 2022

Opportunities for fun and reliving old memories will soon be available to locals, while streets will be closed to make way for the events themselves.

During Tuesday night’s Winchester Board of Commissioners meeting, the upcoming “The Sweetest Days of Summer” – presented by Main Street Winchester- ice cream social was discussed.

From 6-8 p.m. on July 14, not only will flavorful ice cream from different vendors be available, but also balloon animals and antique automobiles thanks to Cruisin’ for a Cause.

As a result, the Many Friends Parklet will be closed, while Wall St. between Cleveland and Court streets will be closed as well.

“There’s a lot of buzz. We think it’s going to be a good event,” said Jennifer Wilson, who represented Main Street Winchester at the meeting. “We didn’t want all the cars in one place. We’re trying to break it up so that people can move around.”

Reunion

The George Rogers Clark High School Class of 1982 will be celebrating its 40-year reunion on Saturday, October 22 from 6 p.m. to midnight.

For the event, Patti Columbia and Teresa Hodgkin requested to have Depot St. closed.

Their request was granted but the board isĀ  looking to clarify whether or not the Winchester-Clark CountyFarmer’s Market pavilion will be closed as well.

In other commission business:

Tim Nance was reappointed to a four-year term on the Winchester/Clark County Planning Commission.

Stacey Lisle was reappointed to a three-year term on the Winchester/Clark County Recreational, Tourist, and Convention Committee representing the restaurant association.

An order authorizing the purchase of road salt for fiscal year 2023 was approved.