Wrapping up the week in the BenGil area with pictures!
Week of June 9
Black Diamond Days Edition
Kids wave their hands in the air during the Wipeout amusement ride.
The big slide remains as the crowd favorite for youngsters alike. Pictured here, three kids kick off the ledge at the same time racing to the end of the track.
Over 150 people were in attendance for the outdoor community church service at Black Diamond Days Sunday morning. This was the first time the committee brought this to the schedule of events and the support was overwhelming. Photo by: United Methodist Church
The water boat attraction is a newer addition to the Black Diamond Days carnival grabbing attention from the toddler crowds.
Ms. Helaina Scott and Mr. Levi Hughes were crowned Miss Black Diamond Day’s Little Miss and Mini Miner Saturday evening.
Young kids of all ages take advantage of the $20 armband and smash into each other on the bumper cars.
Kaylee Cox and Kaitlin Henrichs give the crowd a wave as they support their opening outfit.
In one of the carnival’s newest attractions, kids fly high in the hang glider catching glimpses of the BenGil community from the air.
Abigail Harszy was crowned Miss Black Diamond Days 2013 on Friday evening during the Miss BDD Pageant.
A mother takes on the merry-go-round experience with her son making heartfelt memories.
In the Nascar ride, kids get swung around in a replicated Nascar race.
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