Shrimp Fest Kicks off the Chesapeake Jubilee
The Kiwanis Club of Chesapeake kicked off Chesapeake Jubilee with its annual Shrimp Fest at the city park. Attendees got to enjoy a bounty of fresh shrimp, grooved to live music, rode carnival rides and watched the fireworks to start up the Jubilee's four days of fun and entertainment.
From left: Heather and Sherry Andrews with Erinn and Jackie Smith gathered to catch up with friends.
Marsha and Chap of Great Bridge enjoyed the shrimp and music.
Indian River High School students Christine Bennett, left, and Kathleen Wickert had a feast while eating shrimp.
Always ready is Chesapeake's Fire Department from left: Lt. Coup, with firefighters Mantanona and Leydet.
A few of the Kiwanis club members who tended the grill, from left: Jeff Creekmoore, Richard McDonald, Carlton Perry and Lankford Smith.
Kiwanis Club members worked hard and enjoyed the evening. From left standing: Richard Pippin and Bill Cuthriell. Seated, from left, Paul Gates, Millie Cuthriell and Berkley Gibbs.
Deep Creek High School Key Club members volunteered alongside the Kiwanis Club during the Shrimp Fest.
Earl and Debbie Hollowell of Hickory enjoyed the shrimp and music with friends.
Regina Crawford of Virginia Beach, left, and Caronne Sease of Norfolk.
Joyce Barrow and her granddaughter Courtney Powell took a cool break with ice cream cones.
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