Photos by GORDON CAMPBELL

  • April 12, 2014 Earth Day Riverside Park in Bonita:  A surprisingly small crowd took in Earth Day at Riverside Park despite plenty to see, do and experience.  The annual event takes place in Riverside Park and features educators, vendors, musicians, arborists and more from the community.  Photo by Gordon Campbell/Special to the Daily News-Bonita Banner.
  • April 12, 2014 Earth Day Riverside Park in Bonita: Democratic state house rep candidate hopeful Charles Messina hoped to get petitioned onto the November ballot with his anti fracking platform.  The annual event takes place in Riverside Park and features educators, vendors, musicians, arborists and more from the community.  Photo by Gordon Campbell/Special to the Daily News-Bonita Banner.
  • April 12, 2014 Earth Day Riverside Park in Bonita: Band number two of five was Natural Spirit from Alva who played a host of original songs with a Florida environmental therme.  They're at heinrich.heidi@gmail.com.  The annual event takes place in Riverside Park and features educators, vendors, musicians, arborists and more from the community.  Photo by Gordon Campbell/Special to the Daily News-Bonita Banner.
  • April 12, 2014 Earth Day Riverside Park in Bonita: John Slaby of Kowiachobee Animal Preserve talks here about ball pythons and even had a bengal tiger on hand teaching the kids the right way to go about pet ownership and what to avoid.  The annual event takes place in Riverside Park and features educators, vendors, musicians, arborists and more from the community.  Photo by Gordon Campbell/Special to the Daily News-Bonita Banner.
  • April 12, 2014 Earth Day Riverside Park in Bonita: Enihyah Rolle of Naples puts on a nice hula hoop demo.  The annual event takes place in Riverside Park and features educators, vendors, musicians, arborists and more from the community.  Photo by Gordon Campbell/Special to the Daily News-Bonita Banner.
  • April 12, 2014 Earth Day Riverside Park in Bonita: The James Wilhite Trio added their sounds again this year. The annual event takes place in Riverside Park and features educators, vendors, musicians, arborists and more from the community.  Photo by Gordon Campbell/Special to the Daily News-Bonita Banner.
  • April 12, 2014 Earth Day Riverside Park in Bonita: MC and announcer Julie Jeronimus a local teacher enjoys the live music while drumming along.  The annual event takes place in Riverside Park and features educators, vendors, musicians, arborists and more from the community.  Photo by Gordon Campbell/Special to the Daily News-Bonita Banner.
  • April 12, 2014 Earth Day Riverside Park in Bonita: Would be musicians looking for a natural sound had a variety of instruements to browse like these rainsticks.  The annual event takes place in Riverside Park and features educators, vendors, musicians, arborists and more from the community.  Photo by Gordon Campbell/Special to the Daily News-Bonita Banner.
  • April 12, 2014 Earth Day Riverside Park in Bonita: Lynda Dunham, Ding Darling volunteer teaches Sage Bowes and his mom Andrea along with friend Yaana Serrano to be good stewards of nature.   The annual event takes place in Riverside Park and features educators, vendors, musicians, arborists and more from the community.  Photo by Gordon Campbell/Special to the Daily News-Bonita Banner.
  • April 12, 2014 Earth Day Riverside Park in Bonita: Childrens book author Dan Lowery reads aloud to the kids.  They heard his captain Fishbone's 'The Cursed Treasure.'  The annual event takes place in Riverside Park and features educators, vendors, musicians, arborists and more from the community.  Photo by Gordon Campbell/Special to the Daily News-Bonita Banner.
  • April 12, 2014 Earth Day Riverside Park in Bonita: Over on the kids educational grounds instructor Anthony Dunford of No Limits Learning teaches the fine points of making old fashioned smoke rings to Devin Vogel and friend Gabby Nicola.   The annual event takes place in Riverside Park and features educators, vendors, musicians, arborists and more from the community.  Photo by Gordon Campbell/Special to the Daily News-Bonita Banner.
  • April 12, 2014 Earth Day Riverside Park in Bonita: Otis the rat terrier from the HumaneSociety perches on  the lap of owner Jennifer seen here with Doug.  They also have their free tree donated by environmental organization esterobaybuddies.org.  The annual event takes place in Riverside Park and features educators, vendors, musicians, arborists and more from the community.  Photo by Gordon Campbell/Special to the Daily News-Bonita Banner.
  • April 12, 2014 Earth Day Riverside Park in Bonita: Cameron Ingram anf Brian Greenling of Iron Tribe Fitness in Naples enjoy a game of paddle ball.   The annual event takes place in Riverside Park and features educators, vendors, musicians, arborists and more from the community.  Photo by Gordon Campbell/Special to the Daily News-Bonita Banner.
  • April 12, 2014 Earth Day Riverside Park in Bonita: Plants, many at near give away prices were available too in celebration of Earth Day.  The annual event takes place in Riverside Park and features educators, vendors, musicians, arborists and more from the community.  Photo by Gordon Campbell/Special to the Daily News-Bonita Banner.
  • April 12, 2014 Earth Day Riverside Park in Bonita: The entrance to Riverside Park sme attendees chose to relax in the shade.  The annual event takes place in Riverside Park and features educators, vendors, musicians, arborists and more from the community.  Photo by Gordon Campbell/Special to the Daily News-Bonita Banner.
  • April 12, 2014 Earth Day Riverside Park in Bonita: Lynda Dunham, Ding Darling volunteer teaches Sage Bowes and his mom Andrea along with friend Yaana Serrano to be good stewards of nature.   The annual event takes place in Riverside Park and features educators, vendors, musicians, arborists and more from the community.  Photo by Gordon Campbell/Special to the Daily News-Bonita Banner.
  • April 12, 2014 Earth Day Riverside Park in Bonita: Plants, many at near give away prices were available too in celebration of Earth Day.  The annual event takes place in Riverside Park and features educators, vendors, musicians, arborists and more from the community.  Photo by Gordon Campbell/Special to the Daily News-Bonita Banner.
  • April 12, 2014 Earth Day Riverside Park in Bonita: Would be musicians looking for a natural sound had a variety of instruements to browse like these rainsticks.  The annual event takes place in Riverside Park and features educators, vendors, musicians, arborists and more from the community.  Photo by Gordon Campbell/Special to the Daily News-Bonita Banner.
  • April 12, 2014 Earth Day Riverside Park in Bonita: Childrens book author Dan Lowery reads aloud to the kids.  They heard his captain Fishbone's 'The Cursed Treasure.'  The annual event takes place in Riverside Park and features educators, vendors, musicians, arborists and more from the community.  Photo by Gordon Campbell/Special to the Daily News-Bonita Banner.
  • April 12, 2014 Earth Day Riverside Park in Bonita: Over on the kids educational grounds instructor Anthony Dunford of No Limits Learning teaches the fine points of making old fashioned smoke rings to Devin Vogel and friend Gabby Nicola.   The annual event takes place in Riverside Park and features educators, vendors, musicians, arborists and more from the community.  Photo by Gordon Campbell/Special to the Daily News-Bonita Banner.
  • April 12, 2014 Earth Day Riverside Park in Bonita: Otis the rat terrier from the HumaneSociety perches on  the lap of owner Jennifer seen here with Doug.  They also have their free tree donated by environmental organization esterobaybuddies.org.  The annual event takes place in Riverside Park and features educators, vendors, musicians, arborists and more from the community.  Photo by Gordon Campbell/Special to the Daily News-Bonita Banner.
  • April 12, 2014 Earth Day Riverside Park in Bonita: Cameron Ingram anf Brian Greenling of Iron Tribe Fitness in Naples enjoy a game of paddle ball.   The annual event takes place in Riverside Park and features educators, vendors, musicians, arborists and more from the community.  Photo by Gordon Campbell/Special to the Daily News-Bonita Banner.
  • April 12, 2014 Earth Day Riverside Park in Bonita: The entrance to Riverside Park sme attendees chose to relax in the shade.  The annual event takes place in Riverside Park and features educators, vendors, musicians, arborists and more from the community.  Photo by Gordon Campbell/Special to the Daily News-Bonita Banner.
  • April 12, 2014 Earth Day Riverside Park in Bonita:  A surprisingly small crowd took in Earth Day at Riverside Park despite plenty to see, do and experience.  The annual event takes place in Riverside Park and features educators, vendors, musicians, arborists and more from the community.  Photo by Gordon Campbell/Special to the Daily News-Bonita Banner.
  • April 12, 2014 Earth Day Riverside Park in Bonita: Democratic state house rep candidate hopeful Charles Messina hoped to get petitioned onto the November ballot with his anti fracking platform.  The annual event takes place in Riverside Park and features educators, vendors, musicians, arborists and more from the community.  Photo by Gordon Campbell/Special to the Daily News-Bonita Banner.
  • April 12, 2014 Earth Day Riverside Park in Bonita: Band number two of five was Natural Spirit from Alva who played a host of original songs with a Florida environmental therme.  They're at heinrich.heidi@gmail.com.  The annual event takes place in Riverside Park and features educators, vendors, musicians, arborists and more from the community.  Photo by Gordon Campbell/Special to the Daily News-Bonita Banner.
  • April 12, 2014 Earth Day Riverside Park in Bonita: John Slaby of Kowiachobee Animal Preserve talks here about ball pythons and even had a bengal tiger on hand teaching the kids the right way to go about pet ownership and what to avoid.  The annual event takes place in Riverside Park and features educators, vendors, musicians, arborists and more from the community.  Photo by Gordon Campbell/Special to the Daily News-Bonita Banner.
  • April 12, 2014 Earth Day Riverside Park in Bonita: Enihyah Rolle of Naples puts on a nice hula hoop demo.  The annual event takes place in Riverside Park and features educators, vendors, musicians, arborists and more from the community.  Photo by Gordon Campbell/Special to the Daily News-Bonita Banner.
  • April 12, 2014 Earth Day Riverside Park in Bonita: The James Wilhite Trio added their sounds again this year. The annual event takes place in Riverside Park and features educators, vendors, musicians, arborists and more from the community.  Photo by Gordon Campbell/Special to the Daily News-Bonita Banner.
  • April 12, 2014 Earth Day Riverside Park in Bonita: MC and announcer Julie Jeronimus a local teacher enjoys the live music while drumming along.  The annual event takes place in Riverside Park and features educators, vendors, musicians, arborists and more from the community.  Photo by Gordon Campbell/Special to the Daily News-Bonita Banner.
  • April 5, 2014  Second annual dodgeball challenge at FGCU benefiting the Children's Home Society of Florida:  Players formed teams and competed to benefit the Childrens' Home Society for the 2nd year and hoped to raise about $5,000.  The charity benefits children and families in difficult domestic situations.  Mom Nikki who played pauses with son Michael after the event.  Photo by Gordon Campbell/Special to the Daily News.
  • April 5, 2014  Second annual dodgeball challenge at FGCU benefiting the Children's Home Society of Florida:  Players formed teams and competed to benefit the Childrens' Home Society for the 2nd year and hoped to raise about $5,000.  The charity benefits children and families in difficult domestic situations.  Jacqueline Chang, Board of Chair & Rebecca Mc Guire, Executive Director pose for a shot.  Photo by Gordon Campbell/Special to the Daily News.
  • April 5, 2014  Second annual dodgeball challenge at FGCU benefiting the Children's Home Society of Florida:  Players formed teams and competed to benefit the Childrens' Home Society for the 2nd year and hoped to raise about $5,000.  'Coach' Ryan Coote, left  & John Douglass both from the Childrens Home Society.  The charity benefits children and families in difficult domestic situations.  Photo by Gordon Campbell/Special to the Daily News.
  • April 5, 2014  Second annual dodgeball challenge at FGCU benefiting the Children's Home Society of Florida:  Players formed teams and competed to benefit the Childrens' Home Society for the 2nd year and hoped to raise about $5,000.  The charity benefits children and families in difficult domestic situations.  Photo by Gordon Campbell/Special to the Daily News.
  • April 5, 2014  Second annual dodgeball challenge at FGCU benefiting the Children's Home Society of Florida:  Players formed teams and competed to benefit the Childrens' Home Society for the 2nd year and hoped to raise about $5,000.  The charity benefits children and families in difficult domestic situations.  Photo by Gordon Campbell/Special to the Daily News.
  • April 5, 2014  Second annual dodgeball challenge at FGCU benefiting the Children's Home Society of Florida:  Players formed teams and competed to benefit the Childrens' Home Society for the 2nd year and hoped to raise about $5,000.  The charity benefits children and families in difficult domestic situations.  Photo by Gordon Campbell/Special to the Daily News.
  • April 5, 2014  Second annual dodgeball challenge at FGCU benefiting the Children's Home Society of Florida:  Players formed teams and competed to benefit the Childrens' Home Society for the 2nd year and hoped to raise about $5,000.  The charity benefits children and families in difficult domestic situations.  Here the undeated champs, Team Sigma Phi Epsilon revel in the moment.  Photo by Gordon Campbell/Special to the Daily News.
  • April 5, 2014  Second annual dodgeball challenge at FGCU benefiting the Children's Home Society of Florida:  Players formed teams and competed to benefit the Childrens' Home Society for the 2nd year and hoped to raise about $5,000.  Lindsey Peterson & Adam Mc Cann both of southwest Florida College enjoy the day.  The charity benefits children and families in difficult domestic situations.  Photo by Gordon Campbell/Special to the Daily News.
  • April 5, 2014  Second annual dodgeball challenge at FGCU benefiting the Children's Home Society of Florida:  Players formed teams and competed to benefit the Childrens' Home Society for the 2nd year and hoped to raise about $5,000.  The charity benefits children and families in difficult domestic situations.  Photo by Gordon Campbell/Special to the Daily News.
  • April 5, 2014  Second annual dodgeball challenge at FGCU benefiting the Children's Home Society of Florida:  Players formed teams and competed to benefit the Childrens' Home Society for the 2nd year and hoped to raise about $5,000.  The charity benefits children and families in difficult domestic situations.  Photo by Gordon Campbell/Special to the Daily News.
  • April 5, 2014  Second annual dodgeball challenge at FGCU benefiting the Children's Home Society of Florida:  Players formed teams and competed to benefit the Childrens' Home Society for the 2nd year and hoped to raise about $5,000.  The charity benefits children and families in difficult domestic situations.  Photo by Gordon Campbell/Special to the Daily News.
  • April 5, 2014  Second annual dodgeball challenge at FGCU benefiting the Children's Home Society of Florida:  Players formed teams and competed to benefit the Childrens' Home Society for the 2nd year and hoped to raise about $5,000.  The charity benefits children and families in difficult domestic situations.  Here team mates Johnny Dorning, Jennifer Dorning & Stephen Eller celebrate.  Photo by Gordon Campbell/Special to the Daily News.
  • April 5, 2014  Second annual dodgeball challenge at FGCU benefiting the Children's Home Society of Florida:  Players formed teams and competed to benefit the Childrens' Home Society for the 2nd year and hoped to raise about $5,000.  The charity benefits children and families in difficult domestic situations.  Photo by Gordon Campbell/Special to the Daily News.
  • April 5, 2014  Second annual dodgeball challenge at FGCU benefiting the Children's Home Society of Florida:  Players formed teams and competed to benefit the Childrens' Home Society for the 2nd year and hoped to raise about $5,000.  The charity benefits children and families in difficult domestic situations.  Photo by Gordon Campbell/Special to the Daily News.
  • April 5, 2014  Second annual dodgeball challenge at FGCU benefiting the Children's Home Society of Florida:  Players formed teams and competed to benefit the Childrens' Home Society for the 2nd year and hoped to raise about $5,000. Dave Moreland & John Petracco of team UBS Financial Services have a good time.  Photo by Gordon Campbell/Special to the Daily News.
  • January 25, 2014 Chalk Art: Jakia Davis, Gabriela Perez, Nilou Bethea and America Rodriguez work on a butterfly scene.  Chalk Art on 5th Ave in Naples is an annual event that benefits childrens' and humanitarian charities locally & internationally.  Photo by Gordon Campbell/ Special to the Daily News.
  • January 25, 2014 Chalk Art: Sam Nalbach who works with Capital Wealth advisors a benefactor to the event.  Here a colorful grouper greets onlookers.  Chalk Art on 5th Ave in Naples is an annual event that benefits childrens' and humanitarian charities locally & internationally.  Photo by Gordon Campbell/ Special to the Daily News.
  • January 25, 2014 Chalk Art: A huge array of subjects were portrayed by the artists who were mostly bit not totally local students. Here an out of place snowman greets onlookers.  Chalk Art on 5th Ave in Naples is an annual event that benefits childrens' and humanitarian charities locally & internationally.  Photo by Gordon Campbell/ Special to the Daily News.
  • January 25, 2014 Chalk Art: A huge array of subjects were portrayed by the artists who were mostly bit not totally local students. Here a colorful grouper greets onlookers.  Chalk Art on 5th Ave in Naples is an annual event that benefits childrens' and humanitarian charities locally & internationally.  Photo by Gordon Campbell/ Special to the Daily News.
  • January 25, 2014 Chalk Art: Karina Caroca and Lacie Oakey illustrate Chalk Art founder Jim Richardson.  Since his passing Jim has been described as 'a great guy, very generous and gregarious and an excellent golfer who was always there for others.  Chalk Art on 5th Ave in Naples is an annual event that benefits childrens' and humanitarian charities locally & internationally.  Photo by Gordon Campbell/ Special to the Daily News.

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