KELLEY SPY, 13, of Bowdoinham, flips in the air on the Super Bungee ride at Celebrate Bowdoinham on Saturday. This year’s annual celebration is part of the town’s year-long 250th birthday celebration. Garrick Ridlon, 16, of Monmouth, at right, launches off the ramp at the temporary skateboard park set up at Celebrate Bowdoinham Saturday. Ridlon skates competatively and is sponsored by Deckheadz in Monmouth. Bowdoinham is in the process or raising money for a municipal skatepark and brought in dollars through donations as well as selling rights to throw balls at a target and dunk several movers and shakers in town.

KELLEY SPY, 13, of Bowdoinham, flips in the air on the Super Bungee ride at Celebrate Bowdoinham on Saturday. This year’s annual celebration is part of the town’s year-long 250th birthday celebration. Garrick Ridlon, 16, of Monmouth, at right, launches off the ramp at the temporary skateboard park set up at Celebrate Bowdoinham Saturday. Ridlon skates competatively and is sponsored by Deckheadz in Monmouth. Bowdoinham is in the process or raising money for a municipal skatepark and brought in dollars through donations as well as selling rights to throw balls at a target and dunk several movers and shakers in town.

 

 

KARA BRIAND, 7, took three earnest shots at the target at the dunk tank on Saturday, and gets the OK to push the button, dunking Steve Balboni, a member of the town's fire department, who was willing to take the plunge first in a series of local, business owners, officials, state represenatives and more -- all to raise money for a skatepark. Jasper Merriman, 10, of Little Compton, R.I., at right, competes in his first-ever lobster crate races , and soon became adept at running across the floating span of wet, slippery crates.

KARA BRIAND, 7, took three earnest shots at the target at the dunk tank on Saturday, and gets the OK to push the button, dunking Steve Balboni, a member of the town’s fire department, who was willing to take the plunge first in a series of local, business owners, officials, state represenatives and more — all to raise money for a skatepark. Jasper Merriman, 10, of Little Compton, R.I., at right, competes in his first-ever lobster crate races , and soon became adept at running across the floating span of wet, slippery crates.

 

 

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