Today, a chalk art event is taking place in Lawrence Park, and Pennsylvania police are calling on the community to join.
Last year, the Chalk Hour Walk event was successful outside the PSP Erie Station.
From 10 am to noon today, dozens of families came to the barracks in Lawrence Park to do chalk art.
One state police said chalk artists are encouraged to leave a positive message to support frontline workers, police and the military.
“Last year we started it as a way to bring the community together, a grassroots movement, our captain came up with an idea. Last year there were so many people that we wanted to do it again. Frankly. That said, this turnout is great, it just keeps getting bigger. Helicopters came in this year due to the weather. Trooper Heather Kittle, Pennsylvania Police Regional Affairs Officer, said: It states in.
State police say these positive events were able to bring the community together, even though the pandemic presents some challenges.
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Community Appears at Chalk Hour Walk Event at Erie PSP Barracks
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