After two years of raising money for the Brentwood Regional Community Chest by dressing as a turkey at public events, Mayor Bob Taylor had nearly retired his suit. But after hearing that donations were down this year, His Honor agreed to suit up once again. He’ll be at Winterfest this Saturday from 1 to 2 p.m., and anyone making a toy or food donation can take their best shot at him with a Nerf gun. Above, Taylor exchanges high-fives with Jessica Derksen, 11, and Michael Derksen, 7, onWinterfest’s synthetic ice rink. Winterfest is located at Brentwood Boulevard and Technology Way, across from Jack in the Box.
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