Speakers installed before Riley Festival will benefit other events


Can you hear me now? In the works for more than a year, a new downtown Greenfield sound system was funded primarily by the Hancock County Visitors Bureau. The Riley Festival also contributed $2,000. (Tom Russo/Daily Reporter)

GREENFIELD — A new sound system in downtown Greenfield will help keep visitors in the loop on activities at festivals, county tourism officials say.

The system, which was installed just in time for last week’s Riley Festival, was a point of discussion at Tuesday’s meeting of the Hancock County Tourism Commission.

Member Greg Carwein, who is also on the board for the Hancock County Visitors Bureau, said groups can now start using the system when they hold festivals to inform the public of activities or emergency situations.

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