Charlie Arntz, a city of Kennewick employee, slides on his chest in the grass Tuesday after racing through a bounce house obstacle course. Arntz was trying to beat the best time of another city worker during the city’s United Way campaign kick-off barbecue at Keewaydin Park. Arntz’s time of 4.8 seconds was pretty fast but not good enough to beat the top time of 4.2 seconds.
Charlie Arntz, a city of Kennewick employee, slides on his chest in the grass Tuesday after racing through a bounce house obstacle course. Arntz was trying to beat the best time of another city worker during the city’s United Way campaign kick-off barbecue at Keewaydin Park. Arntz’s time of 4.8 seconds was pretty fast but not good enough to beat the top time of 4.2 seconds. Bob Brawdy Tri-City Herald
Charlie Arntz, a city of Kennewick employee, slides on his chest in the grass Tuesday after racing through a bounce house obstacle course. Arntz was trying to beat the best time of another city worker during the city’s United Way campaign kick-off barbecue at Keewaydin Park. Arntz’s time of 4.8 seconds was pretty fast but not good enough to beat the top time of 4.2 seconds. Bob Brawdy Tri-City Herald

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June 20, 2017 05:28 PM