If you don’t think it’s possible to pack even more fun into this Labor Day weekend, think again.
Day two of the Last Fling featured even more activities for all to enjoy.
The annual bed race competition took place this morning behind Naperville Central High School. Rolling into first place again was the Nuns on the Run group from the St. Patrick Residence.
Later on, the Centennial Beach Skate Park and the group Kids Matter hosted the Annual Skater’s Picnic, which included skate demonstrations, food and give-aways.
With all the events happening this Labor Day weekend in Naperville, nothing would be complete without the help of people from around the community.
“It’s a great way to get involved, it’s a lot of planning and a lot of commitment, but it teaches you about your leadership skills and how meticulous you have to be and working with a team,” said Christine Haselhort, a volunteer with the Last Fling.
“I’m out here helping my friends mom, she needed volunteers. It’s a lot of fun to come out and skate and see the professionals,” said Liam Coakley, a volunteer for Kids Matter.
“I really like giving back to the community, and it’s always fun to be here volunteering with everyone,” said Breanne Kuntz, a volunteer with the Last Fling.
Even more volunteers stepped in when O.A.R. took the main stage at 8
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