Friends, family and community members came together at Lake St. George State Park Saturday to enjoy a day filled with outdoor fun and remember Riley Boulay, a Mount View junior who died in a car accident Dec. 6, 2017.

Riley's parents, Luke and Jackie Boulay, began Riley's Wish Winter Games & Derby last year as a way to honor their son and "make new memories with family."

The picture-perfect day had something for everyone to enjoy, including bean bag toss, fish chuckin', horseshoes, and even an obstacle course. Several fish were caught and the winner of the 50/50 raffle donated the money back to the Riley Boulay Memorial Scholarship Fund.

Luke Boulay said his son loved the outdoors, ice fishing, snowmobiling and four-wheeling.

"He would be smiling on us right now," Luke said. "We want to keep his spirit alive by doing events like this."

Proceeds from the event benefit the scholarship fund started by his parents, designed to support local students who attend vocational schools, and continue their education after graduation.

Jackie Boulay said Riley was a student in the electrical trades program at Waldo County Technical Center.

This year three Waldo County Technical Center graduates will be the first recipients of the scholarship, according to Luke Boulay.

A Searsport student, a Belfast student and a student from Mount View have been chosen to receive the scholarship, he said. To date, the family has collected $42,000 for the fund.

"It's not about the money for us," Jackie Boulay said. "It's about making memories with their families, because you can't get that time back."

Luke Boulay said as long as people come, they will continue to have the event.

"It is such a beautiful day today and we really appreciate everyone who's come out," he said.