Unity March in Chester celebrates harmony, bridges gaps

    In Chester, a crowd of residents gathered underneath the Commodore Barry Bridge Saturday morning to join dozens of others in a walk towards Chester High School as part of the city’s Unity march.

    The Daily Times reports the march was part of the Unity Day celebrations, where community leaders celebrate harmony and work to bring both sides of the city together.

    Organized by the Concerned Citizens of Chester, participants hoped to bring city officials, different political parties and various service organizations together this weekend.

    The Daily Times reports organizers hoped the event would help to promote a more peaceful atmosphere for the area.

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