|Painting socially distant stars for 4th of July 
|City of Clearfield, Davis County, Utah, United States
|Public art; Painting; Fourth of July decorations; Social distance; COVID-19 (Disease)--Prevention
|"Clearfield City kicked off their modified 4th of July plans with a "Paint the Park" activity in three city parks: Steed Pond, Fox Hollow, and Barlow. In years past the residents helped paint large stars on the Center Street bridge which served as the starting line of the annual July 4th 5K. This year staff painted outlines of stars several feet apart along the walking paths at the different parks to allow residents to participate in this annual tradition while still maintaining social distancing. (The 5K run will be virtual.) Photos taken June 26, 2020 at Barlow Park."
|Collection Number and Name
|Utah COVID-19 Photograph Project
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