Chesapeake Community of Hope hosts summer fest
The neighborhood was welcome to come jump, ride and bounce at the free summer fest held by the Chesapeake Community of Hope at Deep Creek Central Elementary School.The event offered kids animal balloons, horse rides, Identi-kid and free sight and hearing screening by the Deep Creek Lions Club. Chesapeake Community of Hope meets Sundays at Hugo Owens Middle School.
Tony Brooks received a blood pressure check from Karen Higgins, FNP.
Tommy and Linda Rapier of the Deep Creek Lions Club assisted with sight and hearing screening.
Kermit got a tattoo sponged on his arm by Dusty Nickerson.
The Cress family enjoyed a warm afternoon playing at the summer fest.
Jordan Phillips had a ball shooting hoops.
Pastor Jeff Wurst of Chesapeake Community of Hope.
Chesapeake Police Officer Eugene M. Payne, left, and Police Officer Specialist Alan Farnham hosted the Identi-kid fingerprinting station.
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