County residents attend Sandstone celebration

'Together We Stand' draws about 750 people to mark decline in COVID restrictions

Staff Report
Posted 7/2/21

An estimated 750 people attended a Douglas County-hosted event celebrating the end of many COVID-19-related restrictions. The “Together We Stand” event took place over about four hours at …

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County residents attend Sandstone celebration

'Together We Stand' draws about 750 people to mark decline in COVID restrictions

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An estimated 750 people attended a Douglas County-hosted event celebrating the end of many COVID-19-related restrictions.

The “Together We Stand” event took place over about four hours at Sandstone Ranch and included music, food and hayrides.

The event, intended in part as a celebration of medical professionals, families, first responders and others, was at the historic ranch portion of the open space property. This area is only open for special events.

Sandstone Ranch, which opened to the public in 2020, is more than 2,000 acres of preserved land.

“Join your friends and neighbors as we honor those we've lost and celebrate the resilience and strength of so many during this past year,” according to a county news release about the event, “Including hard-working individuals and families, our business community, first responders, other public servants and the healthcare and public health professionals from throughout Douglas County communities.”

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