2011 Annual Labor Day Picnic

We had an outstanding picnic at Lincoln Park. The weather felt a bit fall-ish and was simply wonderful.

Thanks to everyone who was there for the great food and better company. It was great seeing so many new faces and friends there today.

Hats off to Scott and Carl for taking on the grilling duties again. Great dogs, burgers, and the very popular veggie burgers.

Thanks to City Counselor Gerald Thomas for stopping by and sharing his insights on the proposed Wang Hall project and any other topics people wanted to discuss. Our District 2 Counselor Peter Bunder was also on hand to discuss issues and update us on the topics effecting New Chauncey. It’s always great to have City representation at fun events like these, just so we can talk with them in a relaxed atmosphere and become more informed.

The picnic was very well attended and the food just kept coming. As people departed, new families joined5 in to the fun. It was very cool seeing so many people enjoy the afternoon.

Thanks New Chauncey – You ROCK!

Here are some photos of the day – Enjoy!

2011 Annual NCNA Picnic

A little Purdue Representation never hurts!

2011 Annual NCNA Picnic

2011 Annual NCNA Picnic

Yummy burgers on the grill. Thanks Scott & Carl!

 

2011 Annual NCNA Picnic

What would a day at the park be without the kids?

 

2011 Annual NCNA Picnic

Biking to the picnic – Awesome!

 

2011 Annual NCNA Picnic

 

2011 Annual NCNA Picnic

 

2011 Annual NCNA Picnic

Look at that spread – good eats all around!

 

2011 Annual NCNA Picnic

Dan Flavin (r) and Tom Kessler (c) enjoy some conversation.

 

2011 Annual NCNA Picnic

 

2011 Annual NCNA Picnic

Carl grilling the dogs as Dan Falvin looks on.

 

2011 Annual NCNA Picnic

Scott on the burger grill.

 

2011 Annual NCNA Picnic

Talk about an ideal picnic plate – looking good!

 

2011 Annual NCNA Picnic

 

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