One wonderful thing about working at a nonprofit, is that you never know what you will be doing on a day to day basis. One day you will be processing paperwork, the next you are trying to meet the needs of a struggling family, then you are organizing a fundrasing event.
That brings me to the Udderly AMAZING Hullabaloo. This promises to be a huge, fun-filled event for our community.
Boulevard Music is presenting the live local music all day, featuring Tobacco Road. So make sure you bring your lawn chairs, blankets, and your dancing shoes!
You don’t want to miss seeing the Hullabaloo Car Show, either. If you have a vehicle you would like to enter, be sure to visit our website for the registration form. Kids, young and old alike will enjoy seeing these marvelous machines in person!
What I am most excited to see is, Cow Patty Bingo. If you are unsure what that is, let me explain:
A grid is placed on the 9th Grade Campus’ football field, participants purchase tickets (3 for $20 or one for $10) which will correspond to a square on the field. Then we all stand around while “Bessie” is escorted onto the field. Bessie will mosey around the field until she is moved to leave her mark. If it happens to land in your square, you win!
Make sure you get your ticket(s) so you don’t miss your chance to support the Center and winning the pot! Tickets are available at the Resource Center, Parr’s Automotive and Car Wash, Parker’s Carpet One and Home Furnishings on Asheville Hwy., and Bill Wilkin’s State Farm Insurance (next to Game Stop). And don’t worry, squares will be assigned in a random process so that the person who purchases the last ticket has just as much of a chance at winning as the person who bought the first ticket.
PLUS! There will be inflatables (even for us big kids!), a Cornhole and Tug-O-War Tournament, and kid’s activities.
There is SO much involved in this Hullabaloo, you don’t want to miss it! If you would like to be a part of it-please give us a call! We are still looking for sponsors, so click here to see our sponsorship levels.