NCAG’s 2nd Annual Veterans Appreciation and Open House a big success!

Polka Police --back by popular demand!
Polka Police –back by popular demand!

Two art galleries  on Kimballton’s Main Street were open to the public to view veterans’ artwork including Tracy Stambaugh (AirForce), Ronee Smith (Army National Guard) and Bart Vargas (Air Force). Art Director Troy Muller’s artwork also remained on view. and a tasting of local wines began at 4:00p.m.   A chili cook-off was held at the Cottonwood Barn at 5:30pm.     Chili cooks vied for the top three prizes, determined by the most donations they collect in nearby buckets.  Proceeds went to student and veteran art scholarships. Entertainment was provided by  Loren Christensen on acoustic guitar and the widely popular singing-duo the “Polka Police”. This was a family friendly event; free and open to the public.

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