TAKING OVER A LIBRARY?
The kids could also take part in a few games that were lined up in case the lines became too much of a wait. A Proton Torpedo Toss, Boba’s Buckets as well as several different coloring activities kept the children busy so everyone could get a picture. The lines were pretty long and I salute the members of the Midwest Garrison who were drenched in buckets of sweat literally.
I got to opportunity to assist a couple as they went back for a much-needed break. Poor Darth Vader looked like he could use a cold one, it looks very glamorous but it really is work. I can honestly say I didn’t expect so many people but I was there for a couple of hours and it was very, very busy. I brought my own to help me survey the situation and I even procured a couple of pieces and pointers for my own armor that is under construction.
I look forward to the day if I am accepted to serve. I was able to snap a few photos of the event, and I’d strongly encourage you Troopers to visit your local branch of the 501st and see what is going on in your area. Until next time, United We Find Troopers.