Cape Henlopen School District hosts picnic, children’s games in the park
Saverio Gaston donned his own police uniform when he spied Delaware State Police Cpl. Patrick Jackson handing out coloring books and crayons at the Cape Henlopen School Distict Community Day Oct. 15 in Lewes. ELLEN DRISCOLL PHOTOS
October 22, 2022
Families flocked to the Cape Henlopen School District’s Community Day Oct. 15 at George H.P. Smith Park in Lewes, where children enjoyed free games, face painting, lunch and DJ entertainment on a sunny and warm fall day.
The bounce house is always a popular activity.
Sara Ray Buckley colors a pumpkin.
Lewes Elementary fifth-grader Myla Ruggiero hops into the back of a state police car.
Jailen Lewis of Laurel Elementary School enjoys the picnic with Celeste Small.
Cape Henlopen School District Mentor Coordinator Kim Hoey Stevenson signs up new mentors for the program.
Bennett Daprano of Lewes Elementary throws a football toward the can.
Sussex Consortium Principal Vivian Bush reads a book to Saverio Gaston. Browseabout Books donated free books for children to take home.
Children line up to have their faces painted by Milton Elementary art teacher Ali Selders.
Ashley and Rick Baker stop by Cape Community Day with children Haiden and Hanna-Mae Baker before heading to the Zombie Fest in Milton.