Richfield celebrates Community Day
|Photos: Ken Crisafi|
Also during the event, which took place at Richfield Woods Park, Aiden Doyle, 6, of Richfield, learned how to fire a Black Powder rifle with the help of Officer Rob Gaydosh, of the Richfield Police Department, as shown at right bottom.
In addition to food and entertainment, attendees enjoyed contests such as Hot Wheels racing, sponsored by Richfield Cub Scout Pack No. 3387. Shown at left top, from left, during the heated competition are Anthony Romesburg, 9, of Richfield; winner Jack Morris, 7, of Richfield; Nathan Claus, 7, of Bath; Mike Claus, of Bath, who served as finish line judge; and Kelsey Weir, 11, of Richfield, who also served as a judge.
The evening concluded with a fireworks show. Residents also enjoyed the annual parade Aug. 10 and the Steak Fry Aug. 11.
— By Kathleen Folkerth
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