The infamous St. Fuastina's Potato pancakes were just to good too wait for. Ticket sales started promptly at 5:00 pm when I could wait no longer. Lines, even then started early, but the help was prepared and moved quickly. The pancakes, fresh out of the friers where of course too hot to eat. So, with great anticipation, I waited diligently until I could take the first heavenly bite.
Of course there was all the usual games, food, music and social gathering.
The younger people were happy to man the games geared for the younger crowd.
Channel 16 came out to visit and report!
And last but not least, the music by Stealing Neil was a band on the local circuit followed by a younger crowd. Myself being of somewhat advancing years, had not heard of them and did not know all their music. However, I must say I was impressed. A five piece band comprised of drums, bass, rhythm and lead guitar and a lead vocalist had a clean sound. You could hear each instrument that was played well. Vocals and harmony for the most part where well done. Under the pavilion the hard concrete floor and wooden roof made for a poor acoustic venue. In spite of that, it was nice to hear real music not just noise garbled up in wall of over amplified sound. In my opinion, I think they have potential and wish them well.
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