EcoFest promotes healthy living in Grove City

Messenger photos by Dedra Cordle
Hundreds of people came out to the Town Center in Grove City to experience EcoFest, the annual summertime event that promotes healthy living. In addition to touring the city on a bike ride with Mayor Richard ‘Ike’ Stage, attendees were able to learn the benefits of recycling, shop for local eco-friendly products, and play sports and do crafts with their children in the Kids Zone.
Here (from left to right), Charlie Reinmann, Olivia Cassner and Greyson Cassner react as their carefully crafted Jenga tower goes tumbling down.
Chris Omslaer, 11, tries his hand at a hybrid golf game.
Representatives with the Ohio Wildlife Center brought several animal ambassadors with them to EcoFest. One such animal was Locke, a 10-year-old eastern screech owl. The owl was a big hit with the crowd, especially cousins Kinley Birchfield and Colton Wilhelm.
Ellinor Farley (left) and Grove City Arts Council volunteer John Cairns help Athena Farley put the finishing touches on her hand-designed fairy shirt. The T-shirt creation station was a popular destination for the children visiting EcoFest.
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