Tenth Annual Farm Follies Theater

 

Eight plays were included with titles such as, “Chomp, Crunch, Moo”; “Cropside Out”; and “Fox With Crops”.

Approximately 200 fans enjoyed the outstanding production. Farm Bureau Board members, provide funding as well as assistance in set-building,  set-up, stage crew and master of ceremonies duties.  Monetary awards are given to the schools for 1st, 2nd 3rd places as determined by a panel of three judges.  The playwrights also receive $50 for their contributions.  The children enjoy refreshments served by the Farm Bureau Women’s Committee.  The Gifted and Talented teachers are presented with a bouquet of flowers in recognition of their contribution to the event.

 

 

 

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