City to honor Walker's legacy

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Dedication service planned for late mayor’s family at Founder’s Day celebration

By Marty Finley

The man who envisioned a celebration recognizing America’s independence and Elizabethtown’s creation will be honored this week for the love he showed the city during his life.

Elizabethtown will host a dedication service for Mayor Tim Walker during its second Founders’ Day Celebration July 4 at Freeman Lake Park. The dedication service is scheduled to start around 8:30 p.m.

Walker, who was serving his first term as mayor after being elected to city council in 1997, died June 14 after suffering a massive heart attack.

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