The West Coast Raven Fly Formation Team shows off their skills over Watsonville on the Fourth of July. —Johanna Miller/The Pajaronian

WATSONVILLE—The West Coast Ravens Fly Formation Team shot through the sky over Watsonville Saturday. 

The flyover show was meant to celebrate the Fourth of July, as the city’s recurring Fire in the Sky event was canceled due to Covid-19. It was organized by the City of Watsonville, Pajaro Valley Chamber of Commerce and Agriculture and Watsonville Municipal Airport.

“[It is] our way of saying ‘Happy Fourth of July’ to the citizens and the community of Watsonville,” said airport manager Rayvon Williams prior to the show. 

PV Chamber also invited families across the city to participate in a virtual Fourth of July celebration, encouraging people to post festive photos and videos on its Facebook page throughout the day.

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Reporter Johanna Miller grew up in Watsonville, attending local public schools and Cabrillo College before transferring to Pacific University Oregon to study Literature. She covers arts and culture, business, nonprofits and agriculture.


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