Hoedown 4 Hope 2019
The inaugural Hoedown 4 Hope was a huge success! As a friendly bar-b-que and pie competition, this fundraiser made an afternoon outdoors well worth it. Competitors came out with all the stops and wowed the crowds and judges with delicious, down-home recipes. Hosted in Alesia XO’s Back Porch Music Stage, guests got a taste of the old west from hay bales to line dancing there was a lot to see and do. While the event progressed, local artist performed cover music and sponsors came up on stage to share their stories of gratitude and why they decided to work with this new event. The past several years Circle of Hope has been at the forefront of helping residents in their battle with specific cancers. Now with the continued support of our community they can reach out to more patients in need. We look forward to next year’s event and congratulations to co-chairs Alexander Hafizi, Rebecca DeLuca and Caren Kahan for making this first ever event such an amazing time.
Stay up to date with Circle of Hope through their website: www.circleofhopeinc.org.
photo by Arnold Bryant
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