Gavin Mueller, left, and Crosby Oldehoeft, right, burn off some of the energy from the supper the Exeter Area Community Foundation provided for community members before the outdoor movie started on Friday night.
There was something for everyone at Exeter Fun Days Friday and Saturday, July 26 and 27th.
The weekend started with a quilt of valor program downtown followed by supper and an outdoor movie, “The Lion King” sponsored by the Exeter Area Community Foundation.
Softball tournaments started on Friday at the ball field along with a fun run held before supper. Saturday morning was filled with a bake sale and car show downtown and all kinds of games sponsored by Exeter-Milligan-Friend Girl Scout Troop 20703 at Gilbert’s Park.
The girls scouts had ring toss, choose a duck, face painting, toss tic-tac-toe along with a parachute and corn hole. A special game in the area used beads to teach about coding. For lunch, Handy Hands 4H group held a walking taco sale in the park.
The parade and supper meal with a polka band were the highlights of the weekend with entries ranging from business to the Exeter Public Library summer reading program float.
Everyone enjoyed the picnic outside in downtown Exeter provided by the Exeter Area Community Foundation. Clockwise from the left are Bonnie Cudaback, Elaine Oldehoeft, Pete Oldehoeft (hidden), Jerry Chapman and Larry Cudaback.