The Wheelhouse was ground zero for fun and funds for Darin McMahon. DENY HOWETH PHOTOS
Food truck row was jamming. Food trucks included Zogg’s Sea Hogg, Taco Reho, Truck It, Big Salami, Street Kitchen and Fat Vinny’s.
The owners of the Wheelhouse and friends of Darin McMahon got together to throw this fundraising event. Shown are (l-r) Chris Jacona, Clint Fluharty, Shondelle Graulich, event coordinator, Anthony Jacona and Tommy Engel.
The silent auction items filled the second floor.
If you just want to give, there was a box for that.
Lining up for the food trucks are (l-r) Holly Scaro, Cheryl Crowe, John Peterson and Joanne Hutton.
Enter here to experience good people doing a good thing.
The welcoming committee:: Kevin and Bobbi Sherman and Gina Derrickson.
T-shirts were among the items with the Stay Darin Strong logo.
BBCG graphics owners Brynn and James Beideman.
Keeping warm by the fire pit are Rikki Dolor, Kelly Murphy, Amanda Grigas, and Rachel Johnson.
Rep. Steve Smyk R-Milton, and Craig Stevens are onsite to keep things happy.
Live music included The Jimmys, shown here. Also playing on other stages were Scrapple, Sam Seider and Jody Lynn Cohee.
Fork + Flask’s Sean Corea pours Sposato Wines.
Ashton Passwaters wears a tiger artistically painted by Catherine Flaherty of Copy Cat paint parties.
Kate Carey and Melisa Squire are supporting the cause.
Grass Roots Rescue brought Chance to the fundraiser sporting his flannel.
The firepit was a hotspot on the cold windy day.
Catherine Flaherty of Copy Cat paint parties paints Mark Riley in a KISS face for a crowd.
McCabe Home Innovations owners Brittney and Noah McCabe run the raffle for the fundraiser.
Food trucks line up for the battle.
Rehoboth RE/MAX realtor Russell Stucki shows off his Stay Darin Strong Coozie.