It was just another terrific night as Comstock Park Schools hosted its third and best ever Community Expo. The event had something for everyone from free food from local restaurants to games provided by local churches, and information booths from area businesses as well as from non profit and community service organizations. The event was very well attended. Thank you, Comstock Park Schools, Superintendent Ethan Ebenstein and his staff and volunteers who truly brought the entire community together for this event.
Alpine Township Clerk Jean Wahlfield (left) with visitor at the Alpine Township booth.
Floral Display from Alpine Floral captured everybody's eyes
Mike Cody representiting the Comstock Park Lions and promoting the Radio Sight Seer Program
Kent District Library
Brent and Erin Beuschel with Dave Martin (middle)
Family members of Aacaway Bedding Barn having fun at their booth
Great food from local vendors at "A Taste of Comstock Park"
Maranatha Bible Church providing information and games
One of the many families enjoying the food
Staff and members of the Story Book Church
Barb Bowditch, wife of Pastor Mark Bowditch from Family of Christ Lutheran Church, with her mother in law. Pastor Mark is currently on leave and serving as military chaplain.
Jennifer Grey, Director of the Orchard Hill Christian Learning Center
Pastor Julie Schneider-Thomas with daughter and Muriel Crowe
Members of Alpine Baptist Church proudly displaying their expansion plans.
Lori Dunham, owner of Alpine Floral
Don Doyle, representing Ridge Economic Agricultural Partners (REAP) in discussion with long time Alpine Township resident Mary Holland