This youngster was aiming to make Mr. Charpy a bit soggy.
Competing in the Splash & Dash 10-12 age group were, from the front, Jenna Burge, Kaley Burge, Sydney McGee, Liam Davenport and Ozaria Goree.
These kids had some fun in the bouncy house.
Healthy Kids Day offered the opportunity for parents and children alike to get some information about health-related topics.
One of the more popular activities at the event was horseback riding.
The Double Dutch Forces team took time to teach their craft to some of the kids.
Dustin Hendrix, 14, of Newberry took second place in the Splash & Dash in the boys 13-15 age group.
Emily Garmer of Pelican’s Snowballs serves up refreshing treats.
These kids were waiting in line to get a chance to ride.
Jenna Burge of Newberry comes up for air while swimming.
Kaley Burge and Jorja McGee show off their metals.
From the left are Kaley Burge, first place in the girls 10-12 age group; Jenna Burge, second place in the girls 10-12 age group; Lauren Rivas; third place; and Jorja McGee, first place in girls 7-9 Splash & Dash.
The Newberry Fire Department brought some of its equipment and let the kids take a closer look.
Ozaria Goree of Newberry enjoyed her time atop this horse.
Samantha, 6, and Jessie Pitts, 8, congratulate each other for finishing the race.
The Radford Family gets registered for the day’s fun.
The Radford Family of Newberry ready to tackle the day.
Zarek Reid, 7, of Newberry gets checked out by Dr. Wade Verch.
Zeke Moore, 13, of Pomaria finishes the race in third place in the Splash & Dash in boys 13-15 age group.
Gaia Eggleston, 11 of Pomaria getting her blood pressure taken by Lashanda Cromer of Premise Health-Kraft Heinz Foods Company.