Welcoming Home An Olympic Medalist

February 27, 2014
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A parade will be held in Goepper's honor in Lawrenceburg on March 8.

A parade will be held in Goepper’s honor in Lawrenceburg on March 8.

Nick Goepper has returned to his home in Dearborn County this week following a trip to the winter games that earned him a bronze medal.

Fans of the skier should set a reminder for next weekend as a parade will be held in his honor.

The City of Lawrenceburg has teamed up with Perfect North Slopes to welcome home Goepper with a celebration on Sat., March 8th.

The celebration will begin with a parade for Nick and his family at 10:30am on Walnut Street in downtown Lawrenceburg.

Following the parade a celebration will be held at Lawrenceburg High School where Nick will be recognized by local officials and other supporters.

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