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I'm curious to know who those other schools might have been, sure there will be lots of rumors/innuendo floating about the inter web. AND how in the hell did Hebron get the Cattleman's Ball and not Superior?

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21 hours ago, Handy Johnson said:

I'm curious to know who those other schools might have been, sure there will be lots of rumors/innuendo floating about the inter web. AND how in the hell did Hebron get the Cattleman's Ball and not Superior?

 

The Cattleman's Ball isn't hosted in a town...it's on a farm place. 

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2 hours ago, hhcdimes said:

 

The Cattleman's Ball isn't hosted in a town...it's on a farm place. 

 

From what I recall it is a bit of both.

 

But then I've only been around the one in west point about 5 or 6 years ago, so what do I know.

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13 minutes ago, kleitus said:

 

From what I recall it is a bit of both.

 

But then I've only been around the one in west point about 5 or 6 years ago, so what do I know.

 

I believe most everything was out at Harry's place but I could be wrong.

I think they find host farms in different parts of the state so it's not only just in the east, or just in the north, or whatever.

The event was held on an acreage outside of Hebron. If the host couple had owned land a couple of miles north the event town would have been Bruning. 

 

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18 hours ago, hskr4life said:

 

Thayer Central = 2 towns worth of students >> Superior = 1 town of students?

Superior was a class B "Powerhouse" when I graduated, now they play 8 man Football. And oh BTW,  the Boys have NEVER made the State Basketball tournament. I  wanted to run out on that Devaney court just once...

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49 minutes ago, hhcdimes said:

 

I believe most everything was out at Harry's place but I could be wrong.

I think they find host farms in different parts of the state so it's not only just in the east, or just in the north, or whatever.

The event was held on an acreage outside of Hebron. If the host couple had owned land a couple of miles north the event town would have been Bruning. 

 

Or Belvadere, home of the Thayer County museum...

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2 hours ago, hhcdimes said:

 

I believe most everything was out at Harry's place but I could be wrong.

I think they find host farms in different parts of the state so it's not only just in the east, or just in the north, or whatever.

The event was held on an acreage outside of Hebron. If the host couple had owned land a couple of miles north the event town would have been Bruning. 

 

 

It was but the whole town got involved between the setting up and the windmills they sold and donations for different stuff.  Was really a neat deal even though I didn't attend.

 

My old boss erv (if you know the area, you'll know who it was) had people out there helping for sure and we werent alone.

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They do... lol.. they've all been good to me when I've been around them for whatever it is worth.

 

Nice place out there too... and I grew up around the stuff (dad and grandpa were used equipment dealers... lucky me couldn't stand the stuff so I've moved around a lot).

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9 hours ago, jason2486 said:

I had a family reunion in Belvadere! Some old auditorium if I remember right!

You are correct, they have an old Surry (sp?) with a life size cut out of Johnny Carson riding in it. Actually, for a County museum it is rather interesting, and Ive certainly seen worse.

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