Inaugural Fun Fest soars!
Plenty of people gathered on a windy but wonderful Saturday for the 1st annual Fall Fun Fest. The festivities were held at the Chesapeake City Park and were sponsored by Undersheriff Jim O'Sullivan, with the proceeds going to his non-profit youth organization, Children Today Leaders Tomorrow. The entertainment was provided by a variety of volunteers from both the community and the Sheriff's office, including helicopter rides from Lt. Col. Micheal Koch and Col. Kevin C. Rychik, family entertainment from Sgt. David Rosado, a car show that was made possible by Pepper Kight, and many helping hands with games and food.
All photos courtesy of Mark Stonecypher
Undersheriff Jim O'Sullivan with Robert Bon, one of the children in the
Sgt. David Rosado took pictures of a crowd getting ready for a hay ride.
Dawn and Devyn Gaimaro just finishing painting a pumpkin.
From left: Lt. Col. Jim Shipley, Undersheriff Jim O'Sullivan, Lt. Col. Michael Koch, Sheriff John R. Newhart, and Col. Kevin C. Rychik came out to support the event.
Landon and Scott Evans in front of a classic Bonneville.
Paul Hogan sat in his classic Pontiac.
The Robinson R44 Raven, a search and rescue surveillance helicopter.
Pepper Kight in front of one of his classic cars.
From left: Deputy Pettway helped Kacy Hunder and daughter Cassandra Hunder get their Ident-a-kid info and card.
Sgt. David Rosado put on a magic show for a crowd.
Col. Kevin C. Rychik and Lt. Col. Micheal Koch prepared the helicopter for rides.
A bird's eye view of the festival from the helicopter.
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