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By LorettaRodgers
lrodgers@chesterspirit.com

Upper Chichester Township celebrated its 16th annual Community Day Sunday with a carnival on the grounds of the municipal building on Furey Road. The day was dedicated to the township’s veterans.

Residents spent a humid, but fun, afternoon feasting on a variety of foods including chicken, ribs, hamburgers, hot dogs, sausage, funnel cake, water ice, pretzels and a host of beverages.

Children and adults alike enjoyed midway games such as…

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Sheeree Ortman, Theresa Lawton, Felicia Chivalette holding Gabby Lionti, James Curry and James and Madison Curry had a wonderful time at the Upper Chichester Community Day Sunday.

Michael Robinson with his daughter, Angelique, and her friend, Yrsa Owings, enjoyed Chichester Community Day.Sheeree Ortman, Theresa Lawton, Felicia Chivalette holding Gabby Lionti, James Curry and James and Madison Curry had a wonderful time at the Upper Chichester Community Day Sunday.

The Chichester Business Association (CBA) and Chichester Rotary Club shared a booth during Community Day. Pictured is Tom Brazill, CBA president and CBA member George Ozer, and Rotary members David Houtz, Bill Taylor and George Matuszewski.

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