Raymore Police Capt. Jim Wilson and Marvin Suarez, 8, shared some “guy” time in the city’s 9-foot Adirondack chair during Saturday’s Summer Scene arts and music festival at T.B. Hanna Station Park. The chair is a centerpiece of the festival, which included a contest for decorating Adirondack chairs.
Raymore Police Capt. Jim Wilson and Marvin Suarez, 8, shared some “guy” time in the city’s 9-foot Adirondack chair during Saturday’s Summer Scene arts and music festival at T.B. Hanna Station Park. The chair is a centerpiece of the festival, which included a contest for decorating Adirondack chairs. Anne Marie Hunter Special to the Democrat
Raymore Police Capt. Jim Wilson and Marvin Suarez, 8, shared some “guy” time in the city’s 9-foot Adirondack chair during Saturday’s Summer Scene arts and music festival at T.B. Hanna Station Park. The chair is a centerpiece of the festival, which included a contest for decorating Adirondack chairs. Anne Marie Hunter Special to the Democrat

Summer Scene arts festival brings out Raymore’s creativity

June 18, 2018 10:10 AM