|29th annual Community Night brings town together|
|Written by Holyoke Enterprise|
Holyoke’s 29th annual Community Night, sponsored and hosted by Holyoke Chamber of Commerce, received a good turnout Monday night, March 12 at Holyoke High School.
The event saw 350 people enjoy the free meal while also visiting the many tables and organizations. Contributors to the meal and scrip prizes were Seaboard Foods, FBLA members, Grainland Cooperative, MV Equipment, Scholl Oil and Transportation, Highline Electric Association, Holyoke Marketplace, Ag Power Equipment Company, Holyoke General Store and Holyoke Enterprise. Melissa Memorial Hospital staff helped serve the meal.
Who needs a table? Hailey, Rebekkah and Chad St. Martin took to the bleachers to enjoy their meal
Nearly every booth around the school offered some type of drawing and prizes.
Chamber scrip drawing winners were Emily Jelden, $25 youth winner and Connie Holtzman, $50 adult.
Andres Bencomo finds out just how heavy some of the firefighter
Businesses and organizations that were set up throughout the HHS old gym and commons area included:
A Caring Pregnancy Resource Center, Abacus Home Healthcare, Assembly of God Church, Caryl Harvey Caricatures, City of Holyoke Police Department, Colorado Workforce Center, CSU Extension Office/4-H.
FCE Jolly Dozen Club, First Pioneer National Bank, Gerk Funeral Home, Girl Scouts of Colorado, Golden Dragon Martial Arts Academy, Grainland Cooperative, Highline Electric Association, Holyoke Volunteer Fire Department, Holyoke Lions Club, Hospice of the Plains.
Inklings Bookstore, Melissa Memorial Hospital, Melissa Memorial Hospital Foundation, MV Equipment, New York Life, Phillips County Arts Council, PC Telcom, Phillips County Fair Board, Phillips County Education Services, Relay For Life, Keegan Shaw’s Soup Coup and Viaero Wireless.
Roughly 350 people enjoyed a delicious pork loin sandwich meal
People of all ages lined up for their meal Monday night. Kaden Herman
Holyoke Enterprise March 15, 2012