With temperatures hovering near 90 degrees, a good-sized crowd still had a cool time at Galeon's Community Picnic Thursday, July 18.
Between 175 and 200 people showed up for the event, according to Galeon Administrator Angie Reinke.
They munched on hot dogs, chips and cookies. Children played a variety of games — Disk Drop, Duck Pond, Bean Bag Toss and Fish Bowl Frenzy, which rewarded winners with a goldfish to take home.
There was also music, a bouncy house for kids to burn off some energy and a big tent where picnic-goers could escape from the heat.
The event, held in Galeon's main parking lot, was free and open to anyone.