Saturday, August 18, 2012

Comstock Park Community Celebration was a huge success

The Comstock Park Community Celebration on Friday provided an evening of family fun and many activities for the hundreds of people who came for the festivities.  The Community Expo, held from 6:00 - 8:00 PM at Mill Creek Middle School, had to be the most attended event yet to date.  There were a record number of vendor booths with participation from all facets of the community including free food provided by a number of local eating establishments.  Demonstrations, such as the Dancing Performances, were outstanding and well attended as were outdoor activities including bounce houses for the younger ones.

The Zoomba demonstrations and live music at the Comstock Park Library were a big hit with ice cream for the root beer floats running out just prior to the completion of the program.  Hundreds enjoyed the outdoor movie "A Dolphin's Tale" on the big screen at the rear of Dwight Lydel Park.

It took dozens of volunteers and many vendors to make this a successful event and Alpine Township was happy to be one of those.

Here are some pictures to enjoy.  Click on the picture to enlarge...

The Cutting Edge
Once Upon a Child

Purdy the Clown advertising the Thursday August 23, 2012 Rotary BBQ

Sam's Hearing Center and Vision Center Associates enticing attendees with cup cakes

Alpine Floral

Katie the Eephant 
Midwest Properties

Cherry Street Health Services
Family Outreach Center, Inc

Alpine Township

Frank Vietze and Comstock Park Rotary


The cafeteria was very popular

Alpine Floral

North Park Presbytarian Church

The Comstock Park School mascot is ferocious

The Bauble Patch

Comstock Park School of Dance
Comstock Park School of Dance

The Lemon Drop

Mad Dogz
Mill Creek Inn
AlpineTownship Supervisor Alex Arends and Crash

Alex Arends and Gregoria Martin
Purdy meets new Mill Creek Middle School pupil

Some of the student help

School staff offering assistance

Student entertainment
Faculty entertainment

Rotarian Glenn Miller was one of many volunteers

Students Against Drunk Driving

No fireworks but a great family movie to complete the evening

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