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Updated: 02/22/2014 08:00:02AM

A boot stompin’ good time!

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PHOTO BY AL PALMER

Allyson Hyndman shows off certificates for the two raffle prizes she walked home with at Thursday's Barn Boogie, an annual fundraiser for the Bartow Chamber of Commerce.

PHOTO BY AL PALMER

Jerry Gibson and Mac McCall were the 'men in black' at Thursday's Barn Boogie held at Leland Young's barn in Alturas.

PHOTO BY AL PALMER

Nancy Young gets in a few practice tosses before Thursday's Barn Boogie Corn Hole Tournament.

PHOTO BY AL PALMER

Penny Bailey, Allyson Hyndman, Leland Young and Ron Garl joined some 300 others at the Bartow Chamber of Commerce's second annual Barn Boogie held at Young's Alturas barn.

PHOTO BY AL PALMER

Texas Cattle Co. steaks are ready to serve at Thursday's Barn Boogie in Alturas said caterer Natasha Caines.

PHOTO BY AL PALMER

Bartow Mayor James Clements and his wife, Peggy, joined the festivities at Thursday's Chamber of Commerce Barn Boogie in Alturals.

PHOTO BY AL PALMER

Tina Spath, right foreground in black blouse, led line dancing at Thursday's Barn Boogie.

PHOTO BY STEVE STEINER


Jello shooters, anyone?

PHOTO BY STEVE STEINER


Ladies and gentlemen, toss your beanbags!

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Auction prizes

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Jennifer Sturgis (left) and Cindy Rodriguez draw and call out winning auction ticket numbers.

PHOTO BY STEVE STEINER


An artistic rendering of Leland Young's barn, painted by Virginia Condello on a bee box, was on display at this year's Barn Boogie.

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