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WKHS News | By Kilbourne, For Kilbourne

WKHS News | By Kilbourne, For Kilbourne

2024 Solar Eclipse Brings Worthington Community Together

Member of the Worthington community watches the Solar Eclipse.

In a world that is defined by constant division, it is rare to have something that brings everyone together. In this case, the total solar eclipse accomplished this.

On April 8, 2024, Worthington Ohio celebrated their first total solar eclipse since 1803. Worthington Schools gave students the day off of school, allowing them a chance to witness the event with families and friends.

Many members of the community gathered at Hard Road Park to watch the solar eclipse. Hundreds of people could be seen having lunch picnics, playing yard games, going on walks, or just catching up. The 2024 eclipse surely brought the country together in many places, but the gathering at Hard Road Park can be seen below.

Granby Elementary School students brought a lemonade stand to Hard Road Park for the eclipse. Granby Student can be seen above pouring a cup.
Worthington Dad watches the eclipse.
Community moms prepare for the eclipse to happen.
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Hi guys! My name is Cameron. I am the online editor for the Ravine, but also help out with journalism and news stories, and help oversee social media. Outside of journalism, I am also involved with Kilbourne's golf team, student council, NHS, book club, and I am a server at Skyline Chili. Journalism is a huge passion of mine, and I hope everyone can find something for them on our site. Enjoy!!

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