Mayberry Revisited; Games, Contests Highlight Event Rerun

By Scanlan, Dan | The Florida Times Union, August 23, 2003 | Go to article overview

Mayberry Revisited; Games, Contests Highlight Event Rerun


Scanlan, Dan, The Florida Times Union


Byline: Dan Scanlan, Times-Union staff writer

Mayberry Day returned to Mandarin Christian Church on Sunday, complete with baking and cake-decorating contests, a candy store, ice cream floats, games and rides.

Cars and minivans were bumper to bumper outside the church at 6045 Greenland Road, as police guided an estimated crowd of up to 6,000 into the parking lot, which had every spot filled.

But once the minivans emptied of parents and children, dozens of rides and games were available for families on the sprawling church campus, including inflatable moon walks, slip-and-slides, climbing walls, horizontal bungee runs and upside-down rides.

For the tots, there were two pony rides, a pair of little choo-choo trains, a petting zoo and other events, while watermelon was given away. About 40 classic cars and trucks were on display next to a tent with live music.

Inside the church, more food was on sale as people took relief from the heat in the church atrium, checking out the root beer floats and the penny candy store. Others hung out with Andy, Barney and Aunt Bee during continuous screenings of The Andy Griffith Show in the church auditorium. …

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