Small crowd enjoys games, fun and food at International Youth Day
By Liz Dadson
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And they're off - taking part in the flipper races
Two groups struggle to win in the tug-of-war
It was warm and sunny with ominous clouds gathering over Lake Huron as the Youth Waves coalition held its annual International Youth Day at Station Beach Saturday.
A small crowd joined in the games, fun and food, with a group from Elmira taking part in a few rounds of beach volleyball as well.
Besides the ever-popular flipper races across the sand, the games included tug-of-war, three-legged race, and wheelbarrow race, as well as sandcastle building and beach volleyball. Ryan Berry of www.buzzcutz studioz.com kept the tunes rolling throughout the event.
The youth coalition has 15 members and is currently working on an application to have Kincardine designated a youth-friendly community. Check out the survey on the front page of the Kincardine Times, as well as letters to the editor for letters from the coalition about this application process.
Julia Richardson takes part in the flipper race
Chloe Wheeler (L), 11, of Huron-Kinloss, and Laura Fohkens and Patricia, both 10 of Kincardine, work together to build a sandcastle
Emmett Watson tries running in flippers
Adam Chowen of Elmira serves the ball in some beach volleyball at Station Beach
Justine Kittel lines up a serve
Hamish Campbell tries to run through the sand in flippers
Winning the tug-of-war are (front to back) Emmett Watson, Shona Campbell, Julia Richardson, Hamish Campbell (hidden) and Alex Knowles
Richard Yun cooks hamburgers and hot dogs on the barbecue
Nick Roth of Elmira returns the volley
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Sunday, August 21, 2011