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Party In Park, Marco Island, Feb. 2012

Jerry and Dee Bare, comfortable in their red outfits, sell tickets for refreshments. The Marco Island Sunrise Rotary Club teamed with the city's parks and rec dept. for a Party in the Park over the weekend at Veterans' Community Park. Lance Shearer/Eagle Correspondent

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Jerry and Dee Bare, comfortable in their red outfits, sell tickets for refreshments. The Marco Island Sunrise Rotary Club teamed with the city's parks and rec dept. for a Party in the Park over the weekend at Veterans' Community Park. Lance Shearer/Eagle Correspondent

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  • The Marco Island Sunrise Rotary Club teamed with the city's parks and rec dept. for a Party in the Park over the weekend at Veterans' Community Park. Lance Shearer/Eagle Correspondent
  • The Marco Island Sunrise Rotary Club teamed with the city's parks and rec dept. for a Party in the Park over the weekend at Veterans' Community Park. Lance Shearer/Eagle Correspondent
  • Woodworker Brent Freed makes a sale to Francie Best. The Marco Island Sunrise Rotary Club teamed with the city's parks and rec dept. for a Party in the Park over the weekend at Veterans' Community Park. Lance Shearer/Eagle Correspondent
  • Jack Patterson makes the dogs roll over. The Marco Island Sunrise Rotary Club teamed with the city's parks and rec dept. for a Party in the Park over the weekend at Veterans' Community Park. Lance Shearer/Eagle Correspondent
  • The Marco Island Sunrise Rotary Club teamed with the city's parks and rec dept. for a Party in the Park over the weekend at Veterans' Community Park. Lance Shearer/Eagle Correspondent
  • Sal Soldano of the Fire-Rescue Foundation raises funds to support stricken firefighter Jerry Adams. The Marco Island Sunrise Rotary Club teamed with the city's parks and rec dept. for a Party in the Park over the weekend at Veterans' Community Park. Lance Shearer/Eagle Correspondent
  • Dawn Anderson's booth offers a pirate's chestful of affordable jewelry. The Marco Island Sunrise Rotary Club teamed with the city's parks and rec dept. for a Party in the Park over the weekend at Veterans' Community Park. Lance Shearer/Eagle Correspondent
  • Rebecca Snyder sells t-shirts to support Kids Against Hunger. The Marco Island Sunrise Rotary Club teamed with the city's parks and rec dept. for a Party in the Park over the weekend at Veterans' Community Park. Lance Shearer/Eagle Correspondent
  • Sue Stanton considers a pair of earrings. The Marco Island Sunrise Rotary Club teamed with the city's parks and rec dept. for a Party in the Park over the weekend at Veterans' Community Park. Lance Shearer/Eagle Correspondent
  • Ivan Botero's booth features woodcarvings from Vietnam. The Marco Island Sunrise Rotary Club teamed with the city's parks and rec dept. for a Party in the Park over the weekend at Veterans' Community Park. Lance Shearer/Eagle Correspondent
  • Jerry and Dee Bare, comfortable in their red outfits, sell tickets for refreshments. The Marco Island Sunrise Rotary Club teamed with the city's parks and rec dept. for a Party in the Park over the weekend at Veterans' Community Park. Lance Shearer/Eagle Correspondent
  • Gary Jarstad and Jimmy Downey check on the grilled chicken. The Marco Island Sunrise Rotary Club teamed with the city's parks and rec dept. for a Party in the Park over the weekend at Veterans' Community Park. Lance Shearer/Eagle Correspondent

In conjunction with the Marco Island Parks and Recreation Dept., the Marco Island Sunrise Rotary held the first of what they hope to turn into an annual event, the Party in the Park, at Veterans’ Community Park. The event spanned both Saturday and Sunday, but Saturday was definitely the more popular.

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