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Cobblestone Parade Grand Marshals selected
08/14/2019

(KLZA)-- The grand marshals for the 2019 Cobblestone parade in Falls City have been selected.

Parade director Lori Gottula has announced that Gerald and Kathy Hopp who have been part of the Falls City community since the late 70's will follow the honor guards through the parade route down Harlan Street on August 24th.

Gerald Hopp was the Richardson County Extension Educator from 1976 – 2004. Following his retirement from the Extension program, Gerald worked for KTNC Radio and then served as a paraprofessional for the Falls City Public Schools. He was also a member of the Jaycees, the tree board and took care of the Krumme Arboretum for nearly 20 years.

Kathy has played accompaniment for both the Falls City and Sacred Heart Schools. Served as a 4-H leader and has been active in the First United Methodist Church.

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