Children's Health Investment Program (CHIP) hosted a reception for the sponsors of the annual Duck Race at Traditions. In addition to the silent auction, there was a Duck Dazzle decorating contest, great food, libations, and music.
Jonathan and Chloe Vinson enjoyed the festivities.
Traditions owner Rev Guill, left, and Relay for Life of Chesapeake committee member William Doxey
The Max Media bunch. Back row, from left: HOT 100.5 afternoon personality Kendall Taylor and Marketing and Promotions guy Nathan James. Front row, from left: Tarin Baust, HOT 100.5 radio personality Bobby Holywood, and Heather Ogle.
Poohkakes owners Kiba Brown, left, and Cynthia Jones provided the cake for the reception.
Several of the CHIP team members doing the Electric Slide.
A teacher at B. M. Williams Primary, Kim Kross kept everyone's glasses filled.
From left: Edward Jones financial advisor Scott Danner, Mayor Alan Krasnoff, Chesapeake 50 Chairperson Roland Davis, and Deputy City Manager Wanda Barnard-Bailey, Ph.D.
Bobby Hollywood and CHIP Director Trish O'Brien announced the winners of the Duck Dazzle contest.
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