Andrea Adamson and her daughter headed to New York to enjoy Beetlejuice on Broadway.
Brandi Thomas and her family hit the road and explored Estes Park Colorado. “We went hiking and we even learned to fly fish,” share Thomas. Pictured is Brandi with her first fish caught on a fly rod.
Hayley Nichole took her little guy to enjoy the splash park in Strafford.
Not all summer fun can be found outside Webster County; Kami Clark and her lil dude had a great time at the tractor pulls this summer, here you can see him showing off the gold fish he won.
Jessica Rezak, owner of Prickly Cactus Coffee Shop took a break from slinging coffees to compete in Cowboy Mounted Shooting.
These two girls wet a line at Rockbridge and brought home a slew of fish for mom Katy Taylor to fry up.
The Jester family took a trip to Tennessee to visit the Great Smokey Mountains where they had a close encounter with a bear and hiked part of the Appalachian Trail.
Amy Pull-Byrd and her family braved the rapids and went White River Rafting in Pigeon Forge, TN.
Sarah Jones and her family headed to Florida to spend time with extended family and soak up the sun. Together they made a giant sea turtle sculpture on the beach. Photo credit: Sarah Saxon Jones-Fordland.
Silas Gann partied hard at the Four Rivers church Foam Party this summer.
Ann Gossage and her kiddos took a hike at Valley Water Mill Park in Springfield.
“Sold lots of Watermelons-thank you Marshfield,” Mary Beth Pritchett.
Mary Beth Pritchett
Michelle Sawyers-Ipock and her family spent a week in Isla Mujeres Mexico where they swam with dolphins.
Emily Lawson spent a week in South Dakota with her friends and family. “Mount Rushmore was a bucket list item we all got to cross off!” shared Lawson.
Joanna Bryce and her husband drove over 12,000 miles in 35 days to see the Arctic Ocean. The duo traveled the ALCAN through Canada then followed the coast to California then crossed Nevada, Utah and Colorado.
The Curleys took advantage of summer to stock their freezer by doing some Crappie fishing at Fellows Lake.
Jess Sartin and her kiddos took full advantage of the Summer Reading program offered by the Webster County Library. The kiddos completed their summer reading and ate lots of popsicles from the Marshfield Farmers Market.
Kay Wilson made a summer bucket list with her family, one of their stops: a Tea Party at The Little Clay House Tea Room in Marshfield.
Kena Roderick and her family made a trip to Natural Falls State Park in Colcord, Oklahoma.