Annual Report FINAL-2017 - Page 7

The Taylor Community Thrives Together
Residents of Taylor are involved in their community. Whether they volunteer at special events
or friends and family gather to help clean up neighborhoods, citizens are happy to participate
throughout the year.
The annual 9-11 Memorial March and Ceremony
sponsored by Taylor Fire Department honors those who
lost their lives on 9-11-01. The community gathered on
Main Street and in Heritage Square Park in September.
Community and civic groups march on Main Street
together for the annual Christmas Parade down Main
Street -- a favorite event that draws thousands to the
heart of the city.
From left: City Manager Isaac Turner, City Council Member
Dwayne Ariola, Gerald Anderson (nephew of Bill Pickett),
and Mayor Brandt Rydell pose at the statue of local cowboy
legend Bill Pickett after its unveiling at the corner of 2nd and
Main streets in April.
Each year in April (above) and October (below) citizens and
city staff work to clean up neighborhoods.
Annual Report-2017


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