Team Cattleman’s compete in the women’s division of tug of war during the Party on the River, Saturday. Mark Wilson Photo
Roswell’s Party on the River kicked off Saturday at Cahoon Park, bringing hundreds of families under the sun to enjoy an assortment of tasty treats, sporting events, vintage cars and motorcycles and a huge lineup of musical entertainment.
The party began with loud cheers for the event’s largest sand volleyball tournament to date, with 21 teams competing for prizes, and a flag football tournament that will provide winners a free entry into this summer’s Hike It & Spike It. Audience participation only grew as rivals battled for supremacy in a tug of war, a staple of the annual event that Parks and Recreation Superintendent Laurie Jerge said is just one of many activities that brings roars from the crowd Login to read more