Bluffton Cub Scout Marcus Goldinger, 7, stands next to Ronald McDonald as the corporate clown mugs for the cameras during Thursday's grand reopening celebration for the recently refurbished McDonald's along U.S. 278 in greater Bluffton. Marcus, who had his face painted to look like a Kabuki warrior, was helping Ronald draw winning tickets for an iPad and an XBox Kinect. In addition to the drawing, face painting, and other fun for the kids, McDonald's donated a total of $2,000 to the Boy Scouts, Girl Scouts, American Red Cross and Special Olympics Area 8.
Bluffton Cub Scout Marcus Goldinger, 7, stands next to Ronald McDonald as the corporate clown mugs for the cameras during Thursday's grand reopening celebration for the recently refurbished McDonald's along U.S. 278 in greater Bluffton. Marcus, who had his face painted to look like a Kabuki warrior, was helping Ronald draw winning tickets for an iPad and an XBox Kinect. In addition to the drawing, face painting, and other fun for the kids, McDonald's donated a total of $2,000 to the Boy Scouts, Girl Scouts, American Red Cross and Special Olympics Area 8. Jay Karr/ The Island Packet
Bluffton Cub Scout Marcus Goldinger, 7, stands next to Ronald McDonald as the corporate clown mugs for the cameras during Thursday's grand reopening celebration for the recently refurbished McDonald's along U.S. 278 in greater Bluffton. Marcus, who had his face painted to look like a Kabuki warrior, was helping Ronald draw winning tickets for an iPad and an XBox Kinect. In addition to the drawing, face painting, and other fun for the kids, McDonald's donated a total of $2,000 to the Boy Scouts, Girl Scouts, American Red Cross and Special Olympics Area 8. Jay Karr/ The Island Packet

Ronald joins celebration at revamped greater Bluffton McDonald's

June 09, 2011 07:24 PM