Ping Pong Ball Drop
Children up to the age of 12 will rush onto the ball field after a seaplane has dropped ping pong balls for them to collect.
Each child will be allowed to collect three balls which they will bring into the pavilion to trade for prizes.
Prizes include snacks purchased by donations, novelty items purchased by the Inlet Youth Commission, toys and gift certificates donated by local businesses.
Printable flyer here: 2013 Ping Pong Ball Drop flyer
2012 Contributors were:
Adirondack Bank, Adirondack Dog House, Adirondack Fairway B&B, Adirondack Kids, Adirondack Reader, Adirondack Reflections, AVON Representative Barb Murdock, Beauchamp Builders, Big Moose Inn, BJ Queen Enterprises, Black Bear Trading Post, Burkhard-Evans Insurance & Real Estate, Calypso Cove, Candy Cottage, Christy’s Motel, Cinnamon Bear B&B, Clayton’s Cottages, Community Bank, Daiker’s Inn, Deer Meadows Motel & Cottages, The Donut Shop, Dunn’s Boat Tours, Eagle Bay Village, Enchanted Forest, Finders Keepers, French Louie ADK Sports, Frisky Otter Tours, Fulton House, Gerace Law Office, Haderondah Co., Helmer’s Fuel & Trucking, Inlet Department Store/ACE Hardware, Inlet Golf Club, Inlet Public Library, Kalil’s Grocery, Marina Motel, Mary’s Gift Shop, Mary’s White Pine Bakery, Mike Marleau Builder, Nelson’s Cottages, Naked Moose, Northern Lights Ice Cream, Northwoods Women’s Club, Eugene Melnyzch, Overlook at Fifth, Peter’s Cottages, Red Dog Tavern, Screamen Eagle Pizza, Seventh Lake House, Strand Theatre Old Forge, Sunset Beach Cottages, T’s EZ Mart, Ted Payne’s Bus Service, Twister’s Ice Cream, View, The Wine Shop, Craig Wittlin
Photos from 2008: