Fun Times Had At Community Group’s Annual Summer Picnic
September 22, 2014 - Picnic Time
EAST HARTFORD — Two-year-old Carlos Raymond Collazo Jr. rode “Happy a Horse” around McAuliffe Park this weekend with a cold insusceptibility of a cowboy.
But a immature East Hartford child detonate into tears as shortly as his float was over and another child took a chair on Happy, a large, white equine from Otis, Mass.
Despite Collazo’s tears, his mother, Katiria Montanez, pronounced her children enjoyed a summer cruise hosted by a North End Residents and Merchants Association.
It was a 15th year a classification has hold a event, nonetheless it was a initial time Montanez and her children attended.
“I like it a lot. It’s good for a kids. The kids unequivocally like it and we like it, too. we will come again,” Montanez said.
Holly Reed, a member of NORMA, pronounced a initial cruise took place in 1999. Local businesses and private donors helped with a cost of a picnic, that is giveaway for East Hartford residents.
Picnicgoers were served burgers, prohibited dogs and soothing drinks. In further to rides on a horse, there were humanities and crafts, send races and 3 bicycles were raffled off.
Savonnah Morales, 8, pronounced she had been to a cruise a few times. She likes going since of a equine rides, demonstrations by East Hartford K9 officers and a glow trucks that were on display.
Ethan Morales, 2, didn’t have most to say, though a vast grin on his face suggested his feelings about a second place badge he won in one of a send races.
Morales also picked adult a glow hose, he did humanities and crafts, he ate a hamburger and played in a park, pronounced his mother, Jessica Soto.
She pronounced she schooled about a cruise from a flyer that was posted inside her unit building.
“It’s unequivocally good. It’s good for a kids to come out and have a good day with family and friends,” pronounced his mother.
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