The 2nd annual Dunsmuir, Community Resource Center Family Fun Night on the Dunsmuir Babe Ruth Ballpark, turned into properly-attended remaining Friday, regardless of a heavy downpour that washed the park simply moments before the occasion become scheduled to begin.
The second annual Dunsmuir Community Resource Center Family Fun Night at the Dunsmuir Babe Ruth Ballpark become properly-attended last Friday, no matter a heavy downpour that washed the park just moments earlier than the occasion changed into scheduled to begin.
Nevertheless, nature cooperated, and the climate changed into perfect for the duration of the event. Numerous Dunsmuir families and families from Weed that take part in the Dunsmuir Community Resource Center weekly parenting lessons and cooking training became out for the nighttime of games, activities, and a fish fry dinner.
Steven Bryan, the South Siskiyou County Regional Director of the Siskiyou Community Resource Collaborative, explained the event became backed by the Dunsmuir Rotary, the Dunsmuir Community Resource Center, Shasta Cascade Health Clinics, and the Dunsmuir Library. Games and activities blanketed a bounce house, bubbles, kickball, Bingo, and chess with prizes for the winners. The games and lawn toys were inconsistent use through the men and girls.
An unexpected bonus to the occasion’s festivities was the uke (suggested ook)/ukelele music furnished using Navy vet Greg “Arious,” who grew up in Redding and became visiting Dunsmuir looking for local paintings.
In addition to the DCRC group of workers, the Dunsmuir Rotary Club and the Dunsmuir Lions Club participants were also in attendance, and the Dunsmuir Librarian, Karen O’Quinn, offering loose books for the youngsters. Quinn said the library is taking sign-America for their Summer Reading Program for youngsters of every age.
The software is scheduled to start on Wednesday, June 26 at 3:30 p.m. Quinn stated there could be crafts, snacks, and loose books as an incentive to inspire the youngsters of Dunsmuir to have amusing analyzing this summer season.
Parents can sign in their children ]with the aid of calling the library at (530) 235-2035.
When requested about the Shasta Cascade Health Clinic’s function within the occasion, Director of Clinical Operations on the Shasta Cascade Health Clinics Dalene Shoop stated they were there to set up diverse garden video games for the children and to provide out informational handouts on wholesome ingesting on a budget to dad and mom.
Shoop said she and representatives from the Dunsmuir Rotary, the DCRC, the Dunsmuir Library, Public Health, and the Dunsmuir college principals meet monthly as individuals of the Dunsmuir Community Care Team to percentage thoughts and plans for the way to serve the desires of the Dunsmuir network. The family amusing nighttime turned into one among the products in their collaboration.