Boot-stompin’ good time


The Homegrown 4-Him 4-H Club of Delaware County held its 15th annual Square Dance and Silent Auction at the Farm at Harvest Hills. The theme was the Wild West and featured homestyle grub, square dancing, games and silent auction bidding. Young and old alike enjoyed this boot-stompin’ good time. Club members worked hard throughout the community obtaining items for the silent auction and everyone enjoyed the competitive and fun bidding time. Proceeds will be used for club expenses and activities as well as community service projects in Delaware.


Juliana Anderson | Homegrown 4-Him 4-H Club

The Homegrown 4-Him 4-H Club of Delaware County held its 15th annual Square Dance and Silent Auction at the Farm at Harvest Hills. The theme was the Wild West and featured homestyle grub, square dancing, games and silent auction bidding. Young and old alike enjoyed this boot-stompin’ good time. Club members worked hard throughout the community obtaining items for the silent auction and everyone enjoyed the competitive and fun bidding time. Proceeds will be used for club expenses and activities as well as community service projects in Delaware.

The Homegrown 4-Him 4-H Club of Delaware County held its 15th annual Square Dance and Silent Auction at the Farm at Harvest Hills. The theme was the Wild West and featured homestyle grub, square dancing, games and silent auction bidding. Young and old alike enjoyed this boot-stompin’ good time. Club members worked hard throughout the community obtaining items for the silent auction and everyone enjoyed the competitive and fun bidding time. Proceeds will be used for club expenses and activities as well as community service projects in Delaware.
http://www.delgazette.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/40/2017/09/web1_DANCE-091417-1.jpgThe Homegrown 4-Him 4-H Club of Delaware County held its 15th annual Square Dance and Silent Auction at the Farm at Harvest Hills. The theme was the Wild West and featured homestyle grub, square dancing, games and silent auction bidding. Young and old alike enjoyed this boot-stompin’ good time. Club members worked hard throughout the community obtaining items for the silent auction and everyone enjoyed the competitive and fun bidding time. Proceeds will be used for club expenses and activities as well as community service projects in Delaware. Juliana Anderson | Homegrown 4-Him 4-H Club