Thousands Attend Wayne Day's 20th Anniversary
It was all about family, fun, and food at the annual event.
Thousands of people from Wayne and surrounding towns ate ice cream, petted some furry acquaintances, and found out about local businesses, houses of worship, and non-profit organizations at the 20th annual Wayne Day celebration.
More than 100 vendors filled the athletic fields at Wayne Valley High School Sunday. Kids walked about with balloons, ate ice cream, and played free games and activities set up at many of the booths. Others tried to sink someone at the dunk tank station. Some possible future mountain climbers scaled the rock climbing walls.
Local politican organization distributed literature about their candidates and the Board of Education had information about a new voluntary random drug/alcohol screening initative for young student athletes and the revised Language Arts curriculum it will implement in 2013, just to name some of the information that was made available to people during the event.