“Please do not come to Holland to see the tulips this year.”Holland city mayor Nathan Bocks
By Emma Palova
Lowell, MI- In the highlights posts, I will include curiosities and unbelievables as I come across them during the COVID-19 quarantine in Michigan.
Holland city mayor Nathan Bocks made a request on Tuesday, April 28. He hopes he will never have to make that request again. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the 91st Tulip Time Festival was cancelled for the first time in history.
“Please do not come to Holland to see the tulips this year.”
The only sign of normalcy on this Wednesday morning was the Red Creek trash pick up truck. Thank you dear essential worker.
The annual Lowell Area Crop Hunger Walk on Sunday May 3 will be conducted virtually with the line: Walk virtually. Give online. Change the world. Go to: https://crophungerwalk.org to donate.
On the other hand, normal became our Wednesday zoo room meetings.
As we head into May, I am working on May e-newsletters. I will be highlighting Mother’s Day, Mayday and May as the month of love, according to the Czech literature.
I love the month of May from its Mayday to Memorial Day, and everything in between. It’s the month of summer promises, blossoming lilacs and cherry trees.
Thank you health care heroes and essential workers for keeping us alive and fed.
Stay tuned for day by day coverage of the Coronavirus quarantine in Michigan.
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