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Updated: 08/09/2017 08:30:02AM

Hundreds enjoy fellowship

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PHOTO BY CHARLES A. BAKER III

Genevieve Gerics, 2, of Lake Wales, plays with a colorful parachute during Rotary on the Ridge Friendship Day Sunday in Lake Wales.

PHOTO BY CHARLES A. BAKER IIII

Rotary on the Ridge vice president Chevon Baccus, left, and member Nancy Gossard cool off in the shade.

PHOTO BY CHARLES A. BAKER IIII

After the sand castle competition judging, Mia Gagnon, 2, of Winter Haven, had some fun destroying one of them.

PHOTO BY CHARLES A. BAKER III

Friends surrounded a parachute and used it to collectively toss a kickball in the air.

PHOTO BY CHARLES A. BAKER III

Lake Wales Little Theatre President and Rotary on the Ridge member Leslie Grondin poses with her niece Madisen Hires, 14, of Lake Wales, at a photo booth set up at the event.

PHOTO BY CHARLES A. BAKER III

Brayden Gerics, 4, of Lake Wales, aims a bow and arrow with his father Nathan during Friendship Day in Lake Wales Sunday.

PHOTO BY CHARLES A. BAKER III

Destini Boggs, 13 of Lake Wales, builds a sandcastle during Friendship Day.

By CHARLES A. BAKER III

cbaker@scmginc.com

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LAKE WALES – A few hundred people converged on Lake Wailes Park Sunday to enjoy fellowship and celebrate National Friendship Day.

“Today is National Friendship Day, and we wanted to have a free family fun event to celebrate the end of summer and the return back to school,” said Rotary on the Ridge Vice President Chevon Thompson Baccus.

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