SSO for July 4

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I have lived in Hancock County for over 25 years. I love it here, and I’m never planning on leaving. I love Greenfield so much I am raising my family here too. I love the people and our eagles, too.

You know what’s awesome? Free summer activities for kids. Big ups to the library and parks department! Who else wants to step up and offer free kid-friendly activities in Hancock County?

Rain, rain go away. My pool is up, and all I can do is look at it.

I’ve lived in New Pal my entire life and wouldn’t change it for the world! Love it here!

Love this time of year in Greenfield. So thankful for the Pennsy Trail.

It was great to see all that our youth have accomplished at the Hancock County 4-H Fair.

I have always loved living in Hancock County. I love sitting in my back yard and looking at nothing but corn even though I know there is more than corn in Indiana. Country living is the best kind of living!

I enjoy visiting Riley Park. My grandson played his first year of baseball there this year. It has been great to see his progress from the very first game.

I’m ready for enjoyable summer nights walking with family and friends. God has truly blessed me!

One of our favorite things about Hancock County is the Hancock County Public Library! We love all the programs they offer for kids and adults.

Riley Park, baseball games and Dairy Queen: good summer fun in Greenfield.

Want to say thank you to all at the Hancock County baby unit at the hospital. They do such a wonderful job! It’s a very nice place to have a child. Thank you again for all you did for me and my son.

We love summers in Greenfield. Root beer floats at The Mug, playing at Riley Park and enjoying the county fair. I’m looking forward to making memories with my children just like my brother and I did with our parents when we were growing up here.

My garden is loving this rain.

Man, I wish that car wash in the other side of town would hurry and get open.