Vernon Day held at Maple Grange Park


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  • Vernon Little League manager and board vice president Steven Glick is shown taunting wouldbe dunkers. He spent much of the day falling in and then climbing out of the dunk tank to help raise money for his favorite cause.




  • A popular attraction at the festival was Edward Miller of Hamburg, who released hundreds of bubbles simultaneously with his Easy Bubble bubble wands. Anyone who wanted to could try his or her hand at it.




  • A popular attraction at the festival was Edward Miller of Hamburg, who released hundreds of bubbles simultaneously with his Easy Bubble bubble wands. Anyone who wanted to could try his or her hand at it.




  • Vernon Police Patrolman Emanuel Rivera offered passers by free literature and handgun locks. He also shared information about one of the township's most popular websites: www.facebook.com/vernonpolice, which now boasts some 8,501 Likes up from 7,030 this time last year.




  • Ben Ortiz of Vernon-based HEALS Rescue brought an assortment of dogs and some kittens available for adoption.




  • The Vernon PAL slide was one of three inflatable attractions for the children at the annual Vernon Day event held at Maple Grange Park.




  • Hoping to collect enough donations to stay at its current location, the Wallkill Valley VFW Memorial Post 8441 tent was manned by Navy veterans Joe Doll and Bob Constantine and Korean War army veteran Tom Gundlach.




  • The Vernon PAL slide was one of three inflatable attractions for the children at the annual Vernon Day event held at Maple Grange Park.



The annual Vernon Day festival held at Maple Grange Park was once again well attended and was once again blessed with fine weather.

Mayor Victor Marotta and a few councilmen made the rounds at the festival but the mayor was reluctant to volunteer for the Vernon Little League dunk tank this year.

— Photos by Chris Wyman
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