Social distancing drive-by parades are happening everywhere these days and for lots of reasons - birthdays, anniversaries, honoring teachers, honoring students....and so on. Gas is cheap and it's a great way we can express love and caring.
Life goes on.
Today well over 50 emergency vehicles from all corners of Venango County with a few spill overs to other counties assembled and paraded past the home of Mary Beth White, a 911 supervisor who has been battling stage 4 metastatic colon cancer for the last two years.
She is currently taking a break from chemotherapy and radiation used in hopes of eradicating the cancer that has spread to her bones. White remains optimistic that when she resumes treatments she'll be back to work to take on the important duty of making sure everyone who paraded by her today is kept in line.