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Posted on: July 9, 2021

Windsor to Honor the Zerby Family, Dedicates Main Park Playground to Brycen

Main Park playground in Windsor

Windsor’s Town Board, in cooperation with Jimmy and Melissa Zerby, invite the community to attend a public dedication in honor of Brycen Zerby, the 8-year old child who died after an accident that happened while he was participating in the 2018 Harvest Festival Parade. The formal dedication is scheduled for Monday, July 12, at 5 p.m., at the Main Park north side playground. Windsor’s Main Park is located at 300 Locust St.

The Zerby family requested the community’s support and attendance at this event. 

An inscription on the plaque that honors the dedicated playground reads, “Best day ever, ice cream and going to the park!” To honor this sentiment, and upon the suggestion of Melissa, the Town of Windsor will have a supply of ice cream sandwiches for the children who attend the ceremony to enjoy. Brycen's idea of a perfect day was ice cream and the park.

The dedication was originally slated to happen on March 21, 2020, but was delayed due to COVID-19.

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