The sun was shining and Bodden Towners were out in full force at the Belford Estates Community Emergency Response Team annual family fun day on Dec. 28.
Kids had a smorgasbord of activities and exciting things to do, including a dunk tank, fire truck, police car rides, games, delicious food, cotton candy, snow cones, popcorn, a bouncy castle and even a visit from Santa.
The community event was declared a hit by local youngsters, along with the young at heart who came out to enjoy the popular holiday event, now in its ninth year.
The Belford Estates party on the Boxing Day holiday featured lots of activites, food, drinks, music and Christmas presents. – Photos: Jewel Levy
This ball game was popular with the kids.
Water ‘dunk’ gave some youngsters a chance to cool off.
Paulette Chotan gets her blood pressure checked by nurse Jennifer Hessing.
Leader of the Opposition McKeeva Bush, second from left, accepts a donation from Jimmy Powell, right, for the Belford Estates Emergency Response team, joined by response team leaders Millicent and Errington Webster, volunteer Paulette Chotan, far left, and West Bay MLA Bernie Bush, rear.
Santa gave out lots of presents.
A ride in a fire truck bucket was a thrill for youngsters.
Adults enjoying a game of dominoes.
From Left: Paulette Chotan, Joan Jackson and Karlyn Lammie kept the jerk chicken flowing.