Bounce house, dunk tank & cornhole are all part of this restaurant’s ‘Community Day’ TODAY

In this Springfield News-Sun file photo from 2008, a Clark County sheriff's deputy takes a plunged in a dunk tank. Staff File Photo by Barbara J. Perenic
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In this Springfield News-Sun file photo from 2008, a Clark County sheriff's deputy takes a plunged in a dunk tank. Staff File Photo by Barbara J. Perenic

Credit: Barbara J. Perenic

Credit: Barbara J. Perenic

There are many signs of summer that we HAVEN'T seen yet in the Miami Valley — warm temperatures come to mind — but here's three we'll see this week at the Springboro Buffalo Wild Wings: dunk tanks, cornhole games and a bounce house.

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Those attractions and more will be offered during Community Day at Buffalo Wild Wings from 3:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. Wednesday, April 18th at 774 N. Main St. (Ohio 741) in Springboro.

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Proceeds from the event (10 percent of all sales and 100 percent of all money raised from the attractions) will benefit the Boys And Girls Club of Dayton, according to Assistant General Manager Dave Tickel.

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In addition to the bounce house, dunk tank and corn hole, mini-golf and arts and crafts will be offered, and members of the Clearcreek Fire Dept will be on hand to show off their department’s fire engine.

Photo from Buffalo Wild Wings Facebook page
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Photo from Buffalo Wild Wings Facebook page

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Coaches of local sports teams and other high-profile members of the Springboro-area community will offer themselves up for dunking at the dunk tank, Tickel said.

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