Kailey Jones works on her adventure-themed parking space.
Megan Hannah chalks out her SpongeBob SquarePants design.
Savannah Hardy, left, and Megan Hardy concentrate on their FSU design.
R.J. Taylor had assistance painting his "Cheeseburger in Paradise" space.
Many students took templates to customize their parking spaces.
Working together, from left, Emmett Tresaugue, Julia Galate, Mary Newkirk and Kyle Diaz.
103.1 The Wolf on-air personalities MurphDawg, Chad, Jenn and Skid were excited to help host the party.
Robby Jackson and Taylor Kessler hold up a stuffed wolf, the mascot for radio station 103.1 The Wolf.
Shannon and Justin Hulme brought Cody and Chloe out to enjoy the sun and barbecue.
Ivy and Luis Irizarry hold up some shirts being sold to benefit the Wounded Officers Initiative.
Caden Rivera was all smiles as he took off on a pony ride.
Caitlin Maguire, Kasidy Neary and Desiree Donaldson handed out samples from the company they work for, Mission BBQ.
Brindley, a French bulldog, sported lots of blue for the occasion.
Ocoee Police Officer Joe Rodriguez plays with Brindley, a French bulldog.
Bryan James and his band played some live music for the audience.
Lisbeth and Marlin Burns couldn’t believe how small the diapers and supplies for premature babies are.
Ashton Allen, mom Amy Allen and aunt Polly Curole were all smiles at the fundraising event.
Ashton Allen gets a helping hand as he tries to hang on to a bar inside Winnie Palmer Hospital’s mobile NICU unit.
Miles Boseo had a blast playing with a beanbag game.
Harper Hamilton rocks a firefighter helmet with her dad, Ernest.
Carson Mace loved his now ice-cream cone toy.
Liliana Mace indulged in a hot dog after getting her face painted.
Jeremiah Mace couldn’t stop smiling while playing with his fireman hat.
Faraz Sawyer really enjoyed his Superman ice cream.
Kevin and Sara Sawyer brought Dani, Aliya and Faraz to enjoy some ice cream.
Tommy Griffith based his space on Park City, Utah.
Sam Marzella got creative with the details on his spot.
Brooke Penvose wanted her space to be full of color.
Andrea McGee, Stephanie McGee, Jason Rehberg and Natalia Dunbar worked together to paint Rehberg’s parking space, a nod to the Wolverines’ inaugural football game.
Lilly Barnett, Kaleigh Ritti, Mary Walker and Sonia Mistry teamed up to paint the perfect parking space.
Courtney Socha rolls on lime-green paint around her chevron design.
Amanda Self, Emma Stanley and Sophia Ross painstakingly painted a sunflower scene.
Tyler Tonkovich helped Katie Benedict prep and paint her space.
Katie Benedict painted her name at the top of her spot.
Colby Milchin works on filling in a smiley face on her parking spot.
Javier Santana and Diana Villamil play ball with their son Dylan.
Sonia Murillo, Jorge Murillo, Grek Murillo, Kerlly Bravo and Romina Heredia.
Christopher and Yaina Whittington with their two daughters, Isabella and Abygail.
Julissa Kilmer and her two daughters, Jade, who is a Bay Lake Elementary student, and Faith.