Grandview Heights: 2020 in photos

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Edison Intermediate/Larson Middle School fourth-grader Hudson Barber, 10, and others pet Columbus Division of Police therapy dog Ollie during the therapy-dog unit's visit March 13.
An eagles flies from a tree branch near Dublin Road in Grandview Heights on April 3. Eagles named Annie and Apollo were nesting in a tree by the river there, but other eagles were in the area, too.  People were saddened early this year when Annie's mate, John, named for John and Annie Glenn, died.
Ella Kinsinger, 11, of Grandview Heights works on several art projects during the Grandview Heights Parks & Recreation Department's crafts and games program June 18 at the Grandview Center.
Grandview Heights resident Steve Reynolds stands among the inflatable Christmas decorations in his front lawn on Virginia Avenue. Reynolds said he typically reserves the decorations for the holidays: “I’ve got a basement full of them.” But after reading an article about the national trend of putting up Christmas lights to bring cheer to neighborhoods during the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic, he brought them out a bit early. He said he’ll keep adding to the display as long as social distancing continues. “I just hope people walking by will enjoy them, especially their children,” he said. “That's how we can get through this – by supporting each other with these little acts of cheer. Hopefully, people will see them, and it will put a little smile on their face. We all need a reason to smile these days.”