Clockwise, starting at top left: Firemen used their firehoses to refresh the kids?and generate lots of squeals. The chefs and helpers for the Boys & Girls Club breakfast (l-r) Jackie Mulliniks, Laura Kmeer, Paula Harvey, Steven Stark, Tanya Guest and Marge Henderson. Cherie Morris paints John Gallinger?s face as part of the fun. Cat Buckles from The Mountain Enterprise didn?t seem to mind getting drenched, even firefighters participated at the dunk booth to help raise money for the Boys & Girls Club.
Photos and report by Sara Woerter, Mountain Enterprise Intern
The Boys & Girls Club of Frazier Mountain held their first year birthday celebration and safety fair on Saturday, July 14. Everyone who attended supported the group by either donating their services or by making donations to enjoy the many fun events. Local fire crews, policemen and KRAB radio had booths or vehicles to exhibit.
With the help of the community’s participation it was a fun-filled event and the Boys & Girls Club raised over $1,300.
Chris Criscione helped out for the day. "It was a blast volunteering for the safety fair," he said.
This is part of the July 20, 2007 online edition of The Mountain Enterprise.
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