christmas bike giveaway – part 1-

This story is going to be in two parts as something very exciting happened.  It is hard to edit.  Today was all about the children.  Kids don’t take a bad photo and there were so very many fun photos taken.   The Lake Worth  bike give away lured them to the Cultural Plaza and it was filled with children in short time .   The anticipation palpable.   Activities were provided by Kiwanis, Publix,  and the Recreation Advisory Committee was on hand to see the smooth operation of the day’s event.      to be continued

step right up young lady and get your christmas bike

step right up young lady and get your christmas bike

one less gift off her christmas list.  Congratulations

one less gift taken off her christmas list. “Congratulations bike safely”

father letting son hammer (the other photo not seen  mother doing it for her son lol)

father letting son hammer (the other photo not seen is mother doing the hammering for her son) lol  let go mom!

raffle sign-up for the bike give a way

raffle sign-up for the bike give a way

a special area for the wee onesa special area for the wee ones

Young lady with a ticket for a bike of her own

Young lady with a ticket, a bike of her own

priceless

PRICELESS

Kiwanis always has a project (my favorite T shirts of the day)

Kiwanis always has a project for the kids (my favorite T shirts of the day)

The advisory board to the Lake Worth Recreation Dept.

Your Lake Worth Advisory board members to the Recreation Dept.

Our Mayor Pam Triolo and Comm. Amaroso selecting raffle tickets

Our Mayor Pam Triolo and Comm. Amaroso selecting raffle tickets

Santa and Mrs June Clause were on hand for photos

Santa and Mrs June Clause were on hand for photos

cookie decorating courtesy of Sobaro  affiliate of Publix

Cookie decorating courtesy of Sabor affiliate of Publix

About Lake Worth Florida by the moment the source of inspiration

A former Unite Press International photographer. Spent 9 years with Cruise Ship Photos of London. Moved to Lake Worth from Coconut Grove, with artist husband Fred Hunt. Never leaves the house without a camera. Writes another blog "One Ear Society" dealing with the ins and outs of the art world. Closed her Art Gallery in Coconut Grove after 17 years to relocate in Lake Worth.
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