Richfield community life blossoms after two-year hiatus

Following two years when local organizations could not hold public events because of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Richfield community was bustling in May and June 2022. The Richfield Chamber of Commerce started it off by selling breakfast foods at their new Grab n’ Go sales in front of Olesia’s Taverne of Richfield.

The Bath-Richfield Kiwanis members again flipped pancakes and cooked sausage to serve on Memorial Day weekend, with the Revere Key Club selling flowers at the entry. The Amvets brought back the parade on Memorial Day and residents gathered along the entire route and followed to the West Richfield Cemetery to honor the Veterans that were lost in war.

The following pages have pictures of the Richfield Civic Organization’s Garage Sale, The Richfield Historical Society Garden Tour, and the Northeast Ohio Tree City Award ceremony.

The staff of the Richfield Times is grateful to all who submitted photos for this special photo edition of “Return to Community Life in Richfield.” ∞