Helping Hands and Hearts Hospice 

2015 Duck Festival 

 

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With the support of the Brazoswood High School Volunteers, we start setting up tents, Friday evening, April 17.

With the support of the Brazoswood High School Volunteers, we start setting up tents, Friday evening, April 17.

Unloading the truck

Unloading the truck

All of these pipes fit together

 

Are we in Louisiana?

Are we in Louisiana?

Completing the job of erecting the tents

Completing the job of erecting the tents

And then the rain starts

And then the rain starts

Where we will hopefully launch the boats for Saturday's duck race

This is the result of Friday night's storms - One tent in the creek and the Brazoswood High School Volunteers have to start, again

Look - it's still in one piece!

OK, let's disassemble and re-assemble

If I remember, from last night...

The main tent is taking shape

The silent auction tent is finished! 

Prayers for a successful festival

Prayers for a successful festival

Prayers for a successful festival

Where's the beef? Setting up for the BBQ sales.

Festival in full (well 1/4 full) swing. The weather kept a lot of people, away, but our prayers for no rain were answered.

And the silent auction is over!

Such a beautiful baby! Everybody's little Madi. Go up to her and she'll tell you, "I'm two!"

What a great way to do the duck race! The creek was too high and the current was running to fast, to safely put boats and ducks into the creek, so it was decided to put all of the ducks into the "Bounce Castle" and have five kids jump around and mix up all the ducks (those ducks that were shy and moved to the outside of the castle were pushed back, into the center. After about five minutes of bouncing around, each kid picked up one duck and handed it to Belinda - and that's how we came up with the winners of the "Duck Race". What a wonderful (and safe) idea!

What a great way to do the duck race! The creek was too high and the current was running to fast, to safely put boats and ducks into the creek, so it was decided to put all of the ducks into the "Bounce Castle" and have five kids jump around and mix up all the ducks (those ducks that were shy and moved to the outside of the castle were pushed back, into the center. After about five minutes of bouncing around, each kid picked up one duck and handed it to Belinda - and that's how we came up with the winners of the "Duck Race". What a wonderful (and safe) idea!

 

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