No one wants to think that summer is almost over, however, the Oakfield Betterment Committee has been busy planning the Annual Oakfield Labor Days in the Park Celebration scheduled for Sunday, September 1st and Monday, September 2nd at Elroy D. Parking Park on Drake Street.
Many things have stayed the same, such as Great Food, Entertainment, Craft Show, Car Cruise, Labor Day Parade & Fireworks. We’ve also added some new features, such as a 5K Run, Kids Games and Minute to Win It Challenges, Cow-Chip Bingo and our Raffle this is for a chance to win a John Deere XUV 550 Gator Utility Vehicle.
In years past, the Betterment Committee would mail raffle tickets to all local residence, however, this year, only 2500 tickets are being sold for the Gator Utility Vehicle, so tickets were not mailed. Tickets are $10 each. There are 4 chances to win $500 and a chance to win the Gator. Anyone that is interested in purchasing tickets, please go to www.oakfieldbetterment.com or stop by several local businesses: Millennium Computers, The Bed Room Store, Amy Nichols Salon, West Main Wine & Spirits, Oakfield Town Hall, Scopano’s Oakfield Hotel, Caryville Inn, Ken’s Shooting Supply,Oakfield Family Pharmacy and Alli’s Cones & Dogs, or contact any Betterment Member. Tickets are still available. The Raffle will be drawn on Monday, September 2nd at 6pm.
The Betterment Committee is also looking for Crafters/Vendors for the Craft Show and Entrants for the Labor Day Parade. The cost for a booth is $50 for both days. If interested, please contact Kim Staniszewski at email@example.com.
The Oakfield Labor Day Parade is scheduled for Monday, September 2nd beginning at 10 am. The Parade theme this year is “Musical Memories”.
The Genesee Valley Judging Association will be judging:
Veteran’s Color Guard (1st Prize: $50, 2nd Prize: $25)
Best Appearing Fire Department (1st Prize: 150, 2nd Prize: $75, 3rd Prize: $25)
Trophies for Best Appearing Aerial, Best Appearing Pumper, Best Appearing Tanker, Best Appearing Utility & Rescue Best Appearing Antique Hand Drawn Fire Apparatus and Best Appearing Antique Motorized Fire Equipment
Best Appearing Marching Band (1st Prize: $50, 2nd Prize: $75, 3rd Prize: $25)
Oakfield’s local Triplet’s, Erik, Dylan & Trevor Maier, Makena, Brooke & Josie Reding, and Brady, Eli & Cara Williams will be judging the Best Novelty Band, Act or Float (1st Prize: $150, 2nd Prize: $75, 3rd Prize: $25). There is a $500 Grand Prize for the Best Overall Entrant. Registration is required to be eligible for a prize category. If interested in entering your Marching Band, Boy/Girl Scout Troop, Cheering Group, Performance Group, Float, Fire Department, Trucks, Equipment, Automobiles, Organization, or Your Own Creative Group, contact Michelle Johnson at firstname.lastname@example.org or 585.409.9299.
The Oakfield Betterment Committee invites everyone to come out to a Fun, Family-Friendly end of summer celebration….Oakfield Labor Days in the Park.
For more information, go to www.oakfieldbetterment.com.