Seniors applaud in record numbers during sheriff’s picnic
October 13, 2017 - Picnic Time
SHREWSBURY — Worcester County Sheriff Lew Evangelidis had a graphic pleasure of hosting some-more than 1,000 comparison adults from via Worcester County for a Sheriff’s Annual Senior Picnic on Aug. 19 during SAC Park in Shrewsbury.
The sheriff’s cruise has turn a rarely expected and dear annual eventuality for a county’s comparison community, and this year drew a record crowd.
“As sheriff, hosting a annual comparison cruise is one of a biggest highlights of a year,” Evangelidis said. “It’s always a good respect to give behind to a seniors who have given so most to their communities. We are anxious it has turn such a dear annual tradition, and it’s illusory to see, along with a record turnout, everybody carrying such a good time.”
The cruise was sponsored by a Worcester County Reserve Deputy Sheriff’s Association, including donations by many internal businesses, and featured a normal grill menu, money bingo, raffle prizes, nominal present bags and song entertainment. More than 250 volunteers, including some-more than 100 members of a Nichols College football team, were also on palm to support with a high turnout. The policeman also supposing invalid labor to support with a setup and mangle down of a rarely attended event.
“There was so most fun and fad during this year’s comparison cruise as policeman we am already looking brazen to formulation this eventuality for subsequent year,” Evangelidis said.