Kim Stamper, 8, of Isom rode Silver during the Kids Day event while Jimmy McIntosh led the way. Kim, a student at Beckham Bates Elementary School, is the daughter of Kathy Stamper of Isom.
A BMX bike stunt show was a popular attraction at the Kids Day event. The performers were from Perfection on Wheels based in Norco, Calif.
Brooklyn Bentley, 7, of Whitesburg, rode a pony. She is the daughter of Ashley Bentley. Brooklyn attends West Whitesburg Elementary School.
Caitlyn Webb, 10, talked to Miss Kentucky Mallory Ervin. Caitlyn is the daughter of C.D. and Shalena Webb of Johnson Fork.
Chris Collier, 12, of Illinois, cooled of by going down a large inflatable waterslide. He is the son of Jim Collier.
Miss Kentucky Mallory Ervin signed an autograph for Zackary Cornett, 6, of Linefork. Zackary won the watermelon eating contest and the stick pony derby. He is the son of Terry and Delisa Cornett. He attends Cowan Elementary School.
Patrick Stewart, 6, ate an apple while Miss Kentucky Mallory Ervin signed an autograph for him. Patrick is the son of Adam Stewart of Whitesburg and Heather and Shawn Lind of Whitesburg.
Gavin Bolling and Letcher County Judge/Executive Jim Ward rode on a train. Gavin is he son of Tillie and Wallace Bolling Jr.
Autumn Stallard, 4, of Crafts Colly held on tight as she rode on Silver. Jimmy McIntosh is pictured at right. Stallard is the daughter of James and Patricia Stallard of Crafts Colley.
Meghan Combs, 9, Lyndsey Bates, 5, and Carli Combs, 12, watched newly-crowned Miss Kentucky Mallory Ervin sign autographs. Meghan and Carli are the daughters of Tammy and David Combs of Mayking. Lyndsey is the daughter of Randy and Lisa Bates.
Eight-year-old Jeremiah Register received new school supplies during the Kids Day event on July 31 at River Park in Whitesburg. Pictured behind him is his mother, Amanda Archer. Also pictured is Danielle Taylor, six. Danielle is the daughter of Amanda Halcomb. Tammy Whitaker, (left) an employee of LKLP, was one of the many vounteers at the Kids Day event.
Maliah Baker, 2, of Whitesburg ate watermelon while standing in line to meet Miss Kentucky Mallory Ervin. Maliah is the daughter of Brandon Baker and Jessica Browning of Leatherwood.
Belinda Boggs, an employee of the Cabinet for Health and Family Services, painted a black cat on the cheek of seven-year-old Chloe Walker. Chloe, the daughter of Brooke Walker, attends Martha Jane Potter Elementary School.
Chloe Walker, 7, is pictured with a black cat and her name on her cheek. Chloe, the daughter of Brooke Walker, attends Martha Jane Potter Elementary School.
Debbie Watts, superintendent of Jenkins Independent Schools, painted a flower on a cheek of Katelyn Tolson. Katelyn is the six-year-old daughter of Tammy Wynn of Mayking. She attends West Whitesburg Elementary School.