Chris Paradee & Bill Blair barbecue the chicken for the carnival during the 11 a.m. Mass at St. Luke.

Yup!!!! 98 chickens ready to go says Bill Blair.

Knights Jim Groseclose, Pete Fitzgerald & Jim Hogan finalize the plans.

Steve Minor stands by at left as Pete Fitzgerald tallys up the reserved chicken dinners.

Brenda Paradee & Arthur LeBlanc set up another Chicken Dinner.

A mother & her children have their chicken dinner on the lawn, this beautiful crisp autumn day.

While near by another group enjoys their dinner.

Meanwhile workers are ready as children trickle in.

This young man selling tickets explains his injured hand to Knights Vince Redding & Jim Hogan. Also, check in the background and you can see the new cement work being done on the handicapped ramp at the rear of the church.

Meanwhile out on the field the games begin.

The dunking booth is empty right now as the crowd pleaser Father Frank hasn't arrived yet. The houses you see on the hill in the background are a new development on top of the hill on Buck Hollow Road which is called Village View -- From that spot you get much more than a view of the village.

Bob Thompson & Vince Redding, Carnival Organizers for the past six years hold the Youth Activity Award presented to KofC Council 10830 for their work with the youth.

Father Frank poses with Father Rome near the statue of the Blessed Virgin on the Church Grounds -- Father Frank will be heading out to the dunking booth shortly -- He sure is a crowd pleaser at this event, but must say, I don't envy him one bit.

Henry A. Raymond
September 10, 2006