Local Ministries Host Back to School Bash

Submitted by Brennon A. Fountain

A Back to School Bash that was held on Saturday, August 24 in Bicentennial Park in downtown Milford.  The event was sponsored by Kingdom Life Family Ministries, Inc in Millsboro and City Church Refuge Church in Milford.  Additional churches joined the partnership this year including the Upper Room Church Inc., Multi-Cultural Church, and Iglesia De Dios La Roca, Inc., all of Milford.  On this day, free clothing, food, and school supplies were provided to over 100 families.  Additionally, there was face painting, a moon bounce, fire truck rides, touring of the Life Net helicopter and a home run derby contest.  There was live entertainment with Christian music being played and lots of fun was had by all.  Special thanks to the Memorial Fire Company, Life Net Helicopter, Milford Parks and Recreation, BK Rentals, Carlisle Fire Company, Milford Police Department, all churches mentioned above, and all those that made this day possible for so many families and their children.

 

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