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Mount Pleasant Day proved to be a great success and fun for everyone. Great weather, climbing walls, helicopter rides, popcorn and music, sub sandwiches and radio controlled airplanes. Mark Hertzberg shares some of the fun with Racine County Eye.

David Groen, 12, ascends a climbing wall during Mount Pleasant Day, Saturday September 16, 2018 at the Mount Pleasant Campus Park. Booths and interactive displays featured the Mount Pleasant Police Department, South Shore Fire Department, private businesses, and community organizations. (c) Mark Hertzberg for www.racinecountyeye.com
Zenoria Harmon has a colorful parasol to shield her from the midday sun during Mount Pleasant Day, Saturday September 16, 2018 at the Mount Pleasant Campus Park. Booths and interactive displays featured the Mount Pleasant Police Department, South Shore Fire Department, private businesses, and community organizations. (c) Mark Hertzberg for www.racinecountyeye.com
Aniyah Price, 10, takes aim at the Mount Pleasant Police Department dunk tank target. during Mount Pleasant Day, Saturday September 16, 2018 at the Mount Pleasant Campus Park. Booths and interactive displays also featured the South Shore Fire Department, private businesses, and community organizations. (c) Mark Hertzberg for www.racinecountyeye.com
Ashton Ryshkus, 12, enjoys a popcorn snack during Mount Pleasant Day, Saturday September 16, 2018 at the Mount Pleasant Campus Park. Booths and interactive displays featured the Mount Pleasant Police Department, South Shore Fire Department, private businesses, and community organizations. (c) Mark Hertzberg for www.racinecountyeye.com
Peggy Pulda serves sub sandwiches during Mount Pleasant Day, Saturday September 16, 2018 at the Mount Pleasant Campus Park. Booths and interactive displays featured the Mount Pleasant Police Department, South Shore Fire Department, private businesses, and community organizations. (c) Mark Hertzberg for www.racinecountyeye.com
Joey Karck, 4, enjoys the view from the cockpit as he takes a helicopter ride from Lakeshore Helicopter during Mount Pleasant Day, Saturday September 16, 2018 at the Mount Pleasant Campus Park. Booths and interactive displays featured the Mount Pleasant Police Department, South Shore Fire Department, private businesses, and community organizations. Helicopter rides were priced at $40. (c) Mark Hertzberg for www.racinecountyeye.com
Ryatt Sorensen, 2, takes a front row position to listen to music during Mount Pleasant Day, Saturday September 16, 2018 at the Mount Pleasant Campus Park. Booths and interactive displays featured the Mount Pleasant Police Department, South Shore Fire Department, private businesses, and community organizations. (c) Mark Hertzberg for www.racinecountyeye.com
The Racine Radio Control Club had a display booth at Mount Pleasant Day, Saturday September 16, 2018 at the Mount Pleasant Campus Park. The club flies planes Sunday mornings near the village compost site on the north side of Highway 20, west of County Highway H. Booths and interactive displays featured the Mount Pleasant Police Department, South Shore Fire Department, private businesses, and community organizations. (c) Mark Hertzberg for www.racinecountyeye.com

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