Make some noise and give a cheer to show appreciation for all of Geneva's essential workers.

Daily at 6:00 during the coronavirus shutdown.

Genevans should honk their horns or go to their porches and windows and make noise for five minutes as a way of expressing appreciation to the nurses, doctors, cleaners, gas station workers, drivers, restaurant and bar workers, grocery and pharmacy workers and everyone else who is serving the community during the novel coronavirus pandemic.Solidarity at Six is a way for Genevans to feel a strong sense of community at a time when we are encouraged to practice social distancing and stay home as much as possible. With cancellations of religious services and sporting events, people lose the regular contact with others that sustains social life. Solidarity at Six provides a safe way to remind everyone of the power of community.