A DAY AT CALHOUN'S PRISTINE PARK

(09/22/2008)

Visitors toured Heritage Village, shown here
Jarvis Store (left) and Steven's School (right)

4-H sponsored 3-on-3 basketball was an early morning activity

Park-wide hayrides was a popular event

Jim Bell (left) and Duck Stevens enjoy the
day watching folks enjoy Heritage Village

Saturday was a beautiful fall-like day for the First Annual Calhoun Park Fun Day. Folks came out to tour Heritage Village, take hayrides, have some good food, play basketball, and enjoy the evening entertainment.

Henry Cooper, park board member, said "Visitors just enjoyed the beauty of the park," indicating future events are being planned to attract more visitors.

AN EVENING OF FREE ENTERTAINMENT

West Virginia Bluegrass Alliance provides entertainment
Photo courtesy of Esther Wilson

A DAY IN THE PARK

A VISIT TO THE PAST

Roger Jarvis reviews history of the Stevens School

Hayride down the dusty road

Inside the Freed Post Office

Left: Blacksmith tools readied for demonstration;
Right: Outside Freed post office

THREE-ON-THREE BASKETBALL


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