Good times, good causes


Bill Kassinos of Wilmington virtually got a bull’s-eye in the mug slide Friday evening at Wilmington Oktoberfest. As it was, he won $5 for landing in the next ring, and promptly used the $5 to go again. The fun and charitable activities continue 3 to 11 p.m. Saturday in downtown Wilmington.

Bill Kassinos of Wilmington virtually got a bull’s-eye in the mug slide Friday evening at Wilmington Oktoberfest. As it was, he won $5 for landing in the next ring, and promptly used the $5 to go again. The fun and charitable activities continue 3 to 11 p.m. Saturday in downtown Wilmington.


Nick Wiget is sharing sauerkraut balls with Liz Haynes at Wilmington Oktoberfest. Nick mentioned he had expected other guys would be dressed similarly.


Gina Speaks-Eshler prepares to spin the big wheel Friday at Oktoberfest in downtown Wilmington, as Kathi Spirk in the background looks on. Proceeds from the game go to a trust fund for foster children and to Project Trust. The fun and charitable activities continue 3 to 11 p.m. Saturday when they will be raffling off 45 baskets for the same causes.


Bill Kassinos of Wilmington virtually got a bull’s-eye in the mug slide Friday evening at Wilmington Oktoberfest. As it was, he won $5 for landing in the next ring, and promptly used the $5 to go again. The fun and charitable activities continue 3 to 11 p.m. Saturday in downtown Wilmington.

Nick Wiget is sharing sauerkraut balls with Liz Haynes at Wilmington Oktoberfest. Nick mentioned he had expected other guys would be dressed similarly.

Gina Speaks-Eshler prepares to spin the big wheel Friday at Oktoberfest in downtown Wilmington, as Kathi Spirk in the background looks on. Proceeds from the game go to a trust fund for foster children and to Project Trust. The fun and charitable activities continue 3 to 11 p.m. Saturday when they will be raffling off 45 baskets for the same causes.

Bill Kassinos of Wilmington virtually got a bull’s-eye in the mug slide Friday evening at Wilmington Oktoberfest. As it was, he won $5 for landing in the next ring, and promptly used the $5 to go again. The fun and charitable activities continue 3 to 11 p.m. Saturday in downtown Wilmington.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2017/09/web1_mug_f-1.jpgBill Kassinos of Wilmington virtually got a bull’s-eye in the mug slide Friday evening at Wilmington Oktoberfest. As it was, he won $5 for landing in the next ring, and promptly used the $5 to go again. The fun and charitable activities continue 3 to 11 p.m. Saturday in downtown Wilmington.

Nick Wiget is sharing sauerkraut balls with Liz Haynes at Wilmington Oktoberfest. Nick mentioned he had expected other guys would be dressed similarly.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2017/09/web1_nick_f-1.jpgNick Wiget is sharing sauerkraut balls with Liz Haynes at Wilmington Oktoberfest. Nick mentioned he had expected other guys would be dressed similarly.

Gina Speaks-Eshler prepares to spin the big wheel Friday at Oktoberfest in downtown Wilmington, as Kathi Spirk in the background looks on. Proceeds from the game go to a trust fund for foster children and to Project Trust. The fun and charitable activities continue 3 to 11 p.m. Saturday when they will be raffling off 45 baskets for the same causes.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2017/09/web1_wheel_f-1.jpgGina Speaks-Eshler prepares to spin the big wheel Friday at Oktoberfest in downtown Wilmington, as Kathi Spirk in the background looks on. Proceeds from the game go to a trust fund for foster children and to Project Trust. The fun and charitable activities continue 3 to 11 p.m. Saturday when they will be raffling off 45 baskets for the same causes.