Congratulations to Donny Lees and all the others who organized this first-ever event.
The success of the event favorably surprised all involved, for over 350 parents and youngsters visited the Campus of a Thousand Oaks between 5:00 and 7:00 yesterday evening, October 28.
With help from the Bobcat Bus and a tractor pulled hay ride, parents took their youngsters to four stations: Neil Hall, Delzell Hall, the president's house, and Morgan Hall.
There the kids (and adults) enjoyed a variety of candy and entertainment, from apple dunking to a picture with the Peru State Bobcat.
The organizers situated me at the Hansons' home, where I took photographs of adults and children with the Bobcat. And the crowd gave the Bobcat quite a workout.
Over the course of the two hours, I took nearly 400 pictures and posted 321 for the families who want a picture, the reason the organizers invited me.
So, you will find the photographs from Boo Bash in four separate collections:
When you find a photograph you like, just click the icon for downloading the large files. And if you have questions, just contact me a Peru State College (Dr. Bill Clemente).
I will posted a short video, featuring short film clips and a collection of photographs from the evening.
We all look forward to next year's fanfare. Congratulations to all involved in this excellent project.