Anza Days goes on despite pandemic

An Anza Days participant raises the American flag at Anza Lions Club’s Minor Horse Arena to signify the start of Anza Days Saturday, June 27. Anza Valley Outlook/Kyle Hotchkiss photo
The Anza Lions Club and Anza Chamber of Commerce held a new and different Anza Days parade Saturday, June 27. This year the home of the event was Anza Lions Club’s Minor Horse Arena and surrounding area, instead of Highway 371 from Bahrman Road to Minor Park where it has been traditionally been held.Featuring the always popular parade, vendors and awards presentations, the state did not give the township permission to close down the state highway for the parade, Mimi “Michele” Brown, Anza Lions Club chairman and president, told Anza Valley Outlook in June.“We can’t do it there now, so it will be here at the arena and the land around it,” Brown said.Kathy Blair performs the national anthem at the annual
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