First Friday event brings out crowd


By Carolyn Harmon - charmon@aimmedianetwork.com



Main Street Greenville’s June 2 First Friday event brought in a packed crowd. Dances were performed by Final Bow: Center for Children’s Performing Arts and members of Darke County Board of Developmental Disability.


Carolyn Harmon | The Daily Advocate

Main Street Greenville’s June 2 First Friday event brought in a packed crowd. The Daily Advocate mascot spread the love on S. Broadway Street, in Greenville, Ohio.


Carolyn Harmon | The Daily Advocate

Abbigail Mikesell, Nikkole Denlinger, GraceLinn Harter, Zoe Harter and Jacob Dircksen of “We Are The Majority” had a booth at Main Street Greenville’s June 2 First Friday event, in Greenville, Ohio.


Carolyn Harmon | The Daily Advocate

Michelle Kinter, of Dayton, shares the love with Homer Simpson at Main Street Greenville’s June 2 First Friday event, in Greenville, Ohio.


Carolyn Harmon | The Daily Advocate

Greenville National Bank gave out free freshly grilled hot dogs and bratwurst during Main Street Greenville’s June 2 First Friday event, in Greenville, Ohio.


Carolyn Harmon | The Daily Advocate

Musicians and colorful mascosts decorated S. Broadway street during Main Street Greenville’s June 2 First Friday event, in Greenville, Ohio.


Carolyn Harmon | The Daily Advocate

Musicians and colorful mascosts decorated S. Broadway street during Main Street Greenville’s June 2 First Friday event, in Greenville, Ohio.


Carolyn Harmon | The Daily Advocate

Deb Shiverdecker did a Fairy Garden demonstration at Main Street Greenville’s June 2 First Friday event, in Greenville, Ohio.


Carolyn Harmon | The Daily Advocate

Main Street Greenville’s June 2 First Friday event brought in a packed crowd to Greenville, Ohio. The La Leche League of Greenville/Darke County had a nursing/teething necklace - making activity.


Carolyn Harmon | The Daily Advocate

GREENVILLE — Main Street Greenville’s June 2 First Friday event brought in a packed crowd.

The monthly event, this month sponsored by the Jordan Agency, is presented by Main Street Greenville. Some of the festivities included: indoor and outdoor musicians, a Volunteer Fair with 20 non-profit organizations (Big Brothers Big Sisters of Shelby and Darke counties, Brookdale Greenville, Darke County Board of Developmental Disability, Darke County Chapter American Red Cross, Darke County Park District, Darke County Pregnancy Help Center, Final Bow: Center for Children’s Performing Arts, Fish Choice Pantry, Friends of the Greenville City Parks, Fort Greenville Daughters of the American Revolution, Gateway Youth Programs, Greenville Business and Professional Women’s Club, La Leche League of Greenville/Darke County, Miami Valley Adaptive Sports, Recovery & Wellness Centers of Midwest Ohio, Safehaven, Inc., Specialized Alternatives for Family and Youth – Sidney, State of the Heart Hospice, Youth for Christ of the Miami Valley and “We Are the Majority”) offering a family friendly activity; free freshly grilled hot dogs and bratwurst by Greenville National Bank; a dance performed by Final Bow: Center for Children’s Performing Arts and the Darke County Board of Developmental Disability; First Heavy Metal Church of Christ and First Congregational Christian Church presented a family friendly movie and F45 offered a free workout session.

Main Street Greenville, a non-profit organization, is committed to stimulating and supporting revitalization efforts, historic preservation and economic growth in historic Downtown Greenville. First Friday events aim to bring people downtown during evening hours to enjoy activities, demonstrations, food and music in a beautiful historic setting. To learn more, visit http://www.mainstreetgreenville.org/

Main Street Greenville’s June 2 First Friday event brought in a packed crowd. Dances were performed by Final Bow: Center for Children’s Performing Arts and members of Darke County Board of Developmental Disability.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/34/2017/06/web1_first6.jpgMain Street Greenville’s June 2 First Friday event brought in a packed crowd. Dances were performed by Final Bow: Center for Children’s Performing Arts and members of Darke County Board of Developmental Disability. Carolyn Harmon | The Daily Advocate

Main Street Greenville’s June 2 First Friday event brought in a packed crowd. The Daily Advocate mascot spread the love on S. Broadway Street, in Greenville, Ohio.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/34/2017/06/web1_26.jpgMain Street Greenville’s June 2 First Friday event brought in a packed crowd. The Daily Advocate mascot spread the love on S. Broadway Street, in Greenville, Ohio. Carolyn Harmon | The Daily Advocate

Abbigail Mikesell, Nikkole Denlinger, GraceLinn Harter, Zoe Harter and Jacob Dircksen of “We Are The Majority” had a booth at Main Street Greenville’s June 2 First Friday event, in Greenville, Ohio.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/34/2017/06/web1_firstfriday1.jpgAbbigail Mikesell, Nikkole Denlinger, GraceLinn Harter, Zoe Harter and Jacob Dircksen of “We Are The Majority” had a booth at Main Street Greenville’s June 2 First Friday event, in Greenville, Ohio. Carolyn Harmon | The Daily Advocate

Michelle Kinter, of Dayton, shares the love with Homer Simpson at Main Street Greenville’s June 2 First Friday event, in Greenville, Ohio.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/34/2017/06/web1_first2jpg.jpgMichelle Kinter, of Dayton, shares the love with Homer Simpson at Main Street Greenville’s June 2 First Friday event, in Greenville, Ohio. Carolyn Harmon | The Daily Advocate

Greenville National Bank gave out free freshly grilled hot dogs and bratwurst during Main Street Greenville’s June 2 First Friday event, in Greenville, Ohio.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/34/2017/06/web1_first17.jpgGreenville National Bank gave out free freshly grilled hot dogs and bratwurst during Main Street Greenville’s June 2 First Friday event, in Greenville, Ohio. Carolyn Harmon | The Daily Advocate

Musicians and colorful mascosts decorated S. Broadway street during Main Street Greenville’s June 2 First Friday event, in Greenville, Ohio.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/34/2017/06/web1_first4.jpgMusicians and colorful mascosts decorated S. Broadway street during Main Street Greenville’s June 2 First Friday event, in Greenville, Ohio. Carolyn Harmon | The Daily Advocate

Musicians and colorful mascosts decorated S. Broadway street during Main Street Greenville’s June 2 First Friday event, in Greenville, Ohio.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/34/2017/06/web1_first3.jpgMusicians and colorful mascosts decorated S. Broadway street during Main Street Greenville’s June 2 First Friday event, in Greenville, Ohio. Carolyn Harmon | The Daily Advocate

Deb Shiverdecker did a Fairy Garden demonstration at Main Street Greenville’s June 2 First Friday event, in Greenville, Ohio.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/34/2017/06/web1_first16.jpgDeb Shiverdecker did a Fairy Garden demonstration at Main Street Greenville’s June 2 First Friday event, in Greenville, Ohio. Carolyn Harmon | The Daily Advocate

Main Street Greenville’s June 2 First Friday event brought in a packed crowd to Greenville, Ohio. The La Leche League of Greenville/Darke County had a nursing/teething necklace – making activity.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/34/2017/06/web1_first8-Copy.jpgMain Street Greenville’s June 2 First Friday event brought in a packed crowd to Greenville, Ohio. The La Leche League of Greenville/Darke County had a nursing/teething necklace – making activity. Carolyn Harmon | The Daily Advocate

By Carolyn Harmon

charmon@aimmedianetwork.com

The writer may be reached at 937-569-4354. Join the conversation and get updates on Facebook search Darke County Sports or Advocate 360. For more features online go to dailyadvocate.com.

The writer may be reached at 937-569-4354. Join the conversation and get updates on Facebook search Darke County Sports or Advocate 360. For more features online go to dailyadvocate.com.