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Seen on Scene: At the Rock, Roll & Stroll

Updated March 14, 2018 - 4:43 pm

Kevin Shambarger, left, and Kevin Britt were at Saturday’s Rock, Roll &Stroll in Bicentennial Park to help raise awareness and money for the Senior Center of Boulder City and its Meals on Wheels program.

Joyce Lewis, left, vice president of the Senior Center of Boulder City’s board of directors, helps Melinda Reddin, kitchen manager at the center, sell lunches at the Rock, Roll &Stroll. The event raised approximately $22,000 for the Meals on Wheels program and repairs at the facility.

Jennie Smith, left, and Jeanne Thompson, volunteers at the Senior Center of Boulder City, didn’t let a little rain stop them from rocking in rocking chairs to help raise funds for the facility during Saturday’s Rock, Roll &Stroll in Bicentennial Park.

Taking shelter from the rain on the course for wheelchairs at the Rock, Roll &Stroll fundraiser were, from left, McKenzie Alder, Ella McKenzie, Airiana Lopez and Harley Walker.

Members of the Interfaith Peace Choir perform at the Rock, Roll &Stroll in Bicentennial Park on Saturday.

A kids zone was added to the festivities at the Rock, Roll &Stroll. From left, sisters Isa, Sofia and Olivia Hammond tried out the mini golf attraction.

By Hali Bernstein Saylor

Boulder City Review

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