Families travel down yellow brick road

Wednesday, August 28, 2019
Sierra Hooper, holding 11-month-old Jasper Hooper, both of Bentonville, Ark., splash water on the wicked witch in an effort to melt her prior to the Movie at the Park showing of “Wizard of Oz.” Kyle Troutman/editor@cassville-democrat.com

Sierra Hooper, holding 11-month-old Jasper Hooper, both of Bentonville, Ark., splash water on the wicked witch in an effort to melt her prior to the Movie at the Park showing of “Wizard of Oz.”

Elijah Morgan, 3-1/2, of Pineville, played with sidewalk chalk while waiting for the Movie at the Park showing of “Wizard of Oz.” Morgan’s grandmother works at the park, and she said he often volunteers at Campground 3 by shoveling, picking up trash, welcoming visitors and pulling campers’ cards. Kyle Troutman/editor@cassville-democrat.com
Donna Lawson, adult services librarian at the Cassville Branch Library, sets up a poster of the yellow brick road to welcome visitors for the Movie at the Park showing of “Wizard of Oz.” Kyle Troutman/editor@cassville-democrat.com
Joel Topham, left, Roaring River State Park natural resources manager, and Rick Lawson, maintenance worker for Missouri State Parks, set up a painting of the wicked witch from “Wizard of Oz” for Movie at the Park patrons to douse with water and melt the witch. This was the third and final Movie at the Park for the summer, and Topham said plans are already in the works to have four movies to show in 2020. Kyle Troutman/editor@cassville-democrat.com
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