It used to be called "Turn Off the Violence Day," and then it changed to "Turn Off the Violence -- Get Healthy," Now, the Rotary Club of Taylor has settled on the "Rotary Family Fund Day," which is one of the most popular events annually at the Sheridan Center Open Air Pavilion in Heritage Park.
The most recent event took place Thursday afternoon (September 27) and featured a host of entertainment, information and activities.
As has been tradition, the West Middle School music program handled the entertainment, with several choruses on hand along with the marching band. They sang and played to a huge crowd of parents, relatives and friends.
Beaumont's Healthy Taylor program featured a large number of information and activity-driven tables.
The Rotary provided the food and refreshments free, and did all the cooking and serving. Taylor Police displayed a patrol car, and the Petting Farm brought over animals.