First Family Fun Day Deemed a Success

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By Chris Lash
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Event organizers associated with Union City Parks and Recreation said they were very pleased that the families who attended the first ever Family Fun Day, last Saturday enjoyed themselves. “I’m pretty sure this is going to become an annual event for Parks & Rec. We were pleased with how things went & families seemed to really enjoy themselves. We will use this maiden voyage as our base and just continue to build onto the event from there. Hopefully those who came this year will spread the good word and next year’s event will bring even more folks”. said co-organizer Elizabeth Malec Moon.

The event drew over 100 people, and featured a community picnic, and other family activities. But the highlight of the day was the building, and use of a homemade water slide, down the infamous Willow Street Hill. Using 300 feet of plastic, two water slides we’re built. But it wasn’t easy, according to organizer Moon. Initial plans, viewed on the internet were scrapped, and residents jumped in to help construct. “The slides were not going so well at first, because the hill is steep and uneven. The “riders” didn’t necessarily travel straight down. For instance the kids on slide one, kept veering off to the left into the grass. We quickly realized that the slide needed to be moved in. In order to accommodate for this, we had to move three hundred plus feet of wet, heavy plastic. A few awesome parents rolled up their sleeves and jumped right in to help, and before we knew it, almost every person there was involved, lifting and moving these slides. It was really a sight to see.” said Moon.

Moon said at one point she was taken back by the local help. “At one point I thought to myself, that Parks & Rec isn’t really doing this water slide, the community members are. But really, how great is that?”