Bells Across Pennsylvania Day
On Sunday, May 3, area residents and churches are asked to ring bells at 7 p.m. for three minutes, with each minute representing one of the following principles: . To recognize and honor first responders, healthcare workers, and employees of grocery stores, pharmacies, and other life-sustaining businesses who have maintained essential services while at risk of infection from COVID-19. . To show solidarity with elected officials and residents of municipalities across the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, all of whom are fighting COVID-19 on the front lines together. . To demonstrate a collective resolve that Pennsylvanians will prevail over COVID-19 and work tirelessly to ensure that their businesses and civic life will thrive once again. "Bells Across Pennsylvania Day" is an initiative of the Pennsylvania State Mayors' Association.