There was something for everyone. From a Beer Garden to Chicken Splat Bingo.
The Crowds were large, the Vendors were happy and the entertainment superb.
Along with the Live Western Music the Gang from Pioneer Town came out and did several Western Shoot’em ups right in the Plaza. A score of civic organizations had booths along with a really sweet North Carolina Gal working to get that first Pink Cadillac from Mary Kay.
We did a brisk business at Mustards Last Stand.
Even Cora Heiser was there shaking hands and kissing babies.
This the brain child of Kim Ortamond, we are constantly awed by her organizational skills. We would also like to thank the Historic Plaza Merchant Association, The 29 Palms Chamber of Commerce’s Rachael Fadda along with the rest of the Chamber Staff, and most of all Robin Ayala who’s ability to mend fences and bring people together made it all possible.
I believe Kim and Robin pulled off a social coup. It was a complete and total success. I can’t wait until next year!!