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Summer Fun in Mansfield!

Story By: Brian Skowronski

 

 

 
 
 
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  Original Published: 6/2/2014

The warm weather is finally here, which means summer vacations and outdoor activities are right around the corner. WMFD's Brian Skowronski caught up with some locals to find out what they have planned this summer.

Summer break is synonymous with pool parties, family vacations, bbq's and more. We were curious what you like to do in Mansfield during the warm months, so we headed to Marshall Park in Ontario and found plenty of people enjoying their favorite summer activities.

College students and retiree's enjoying a weekly game of tennis, While others cheered on friends and family in league softball games. Many local kids we talked to didn't know what to do with three months of freedom. Parents, however planned to keep them busy with little league, summer camp and whatever else will pass the time.

What are your plans this summer? Do you have a fun event you'd like us to cover?

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