The pandemic arrived like the battle: unwanted, destructive, costly. But Gettysburg endures now as it did in 1863 – leveraging opportunities, nurturing relationships, working together, and forging ahead.

After a grueling 2020, America is healing and rallying in 2021. Everywhere we are watching our transformation away from COVID, quarantine, restriction, and fear. We are witnessing opportunity, growth, renewal, and life.

Jill Sellers, president of Main Street Gettysburg, lives in Adams County with her husband Shane, and their two sons, Joshua, 16, and Caleb, 12.

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