Town of Hayden throws a party to say thanks to the community

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The Town of Hayden and Bestway Electric last weekend sponsored a Cinco de Mayo bash to say thanks to area residents.

With golf, horseshoe and 3D bow tournaments for competition, free food, raffles, music and a special presentation by Ballet Folklorico, folks had much to do.

Kids stayed cool all day thanks to free-flowing water hoses to spray each other down, creating mud puddles to splash in. The Town also provided a seemingly unending supply of water squirt guns to keep the kids cool and entertained.

Hayden-Winkelman Little League got in on the action by sponsoring a fundraising horseshoe tournament for those who like to do a little tossing. The League Board wanted to especially thank both Bestway Electric and the Town of Hayden for the great shindig.

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