WELLSBURG - Eat'n Park Restaurants awarded four bicycles to Kameron Delatore and her family on Tuesday at Big Bang Bikes in West Mifflin, Pa.
Kameron was the grand-prize winner in Eat'n Park's Stay Active Coloring Contest. Part of Eat'n Park's LifeSmiles initiative, Smiley's Stay Active Coloring Contest was held from June 17 through July 14, encouraging children to draw a picture demonstrating how they like to stay active during the summer months. Following the contest, each restaurant selected a winner, with Kameron, a 10-year-old from the Wellsburg, being chosen as the winner. Kameron's prize is a Smiley backyard activity kit and four bicycles from Big Bang Bicycles for her family.
"At Eat'n Park, we're passionate about kids' health and nutrition," said Becky McArdle, Eat'n Park spokeswoman. "Through the coloring contest, kids were able to share their fitness passions with us. In Kameron's winning entry, she illustrated her favorite activity, biking."
FOUR BIKE WINNERS — A Wellsburg family received a grand prize of four new bicycles Tuesday on behalf of Eat’n Park Restaurants. 10-year-old Kameron Delatore entered and won Eat’n Park’s Stay Active Coloring Contest, part of the LifeSmiles initiative, earlier this year. She was presented with her grand prize of bicycles for her and her family. On hand were, from left, Louie Delatore; Smiley; Kameron Delatore; Big Bang Bikes owner Glenn Pawlak; Karen Delatore; and Lou Delatore.
She is the daughter of Lou and Karen Delatore and currently is a fifth-grader at Wellsburg Middle School. She participates in the school's band, Franklin Methodist Church Choir and Brooke Hills Theater. She also has two siblings, Louie and Kallie.
Her winning picture had been colored at Eat'n Park's location in St. Clairsville.