On the morning of Saturday, June 11, Socket set up camp for the Moberly Railroad Days. The weather was cloudy, cool and rainy keeping many people at home. However, as the afternoon approached and the sun poked its head out from the clouds, the town of Moberly seemed to burst with excitement.
Moberly looks forward to Railroad Days every year, so having nice, sunny weather on the last day of the festival seemed to mean a lot to the community. Socket was right in the heart of the excitement handing out purple balloons and inviting the little Picassos of Moberly to enter Socket's Summer Coloring Contest.
In this photo, a Socket event worker, Jaclyn, invites a little girl at Railroad Days to enter Socket's coloring contest. Malke sat with the little girl as she created her masterpiece.