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Hillbilly hoe-down

Posted by DebbieAtHome (My Page) on
Wed, Oct 30, 02 at 8:04

My Sunday school class is having a hillbilly hoe-down party this coming Saturday. I need some suggestions for games. I have searched and searched and haven't come up with much at all. Thanks for any ideas you might have.


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RE: Hillbilly hoe-down

You could have a frying pan toss or potato sack races.


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RE: Hillbilly hoe-down

I found this great site for parties. Give it a try.
judy

Here is a link that might be useful: party games


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RE: Hillbilly hoe-down

How about a husband calling contest....pie eating contest....
But you don't say is this is adults or kids?
Linda C


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RE: Hillbilly hoe-down

Hi. Thanks for your ideas. I'm sorry, it is an adult party. What is a husband calling contest? Frying pan toss? Those sound interesting, but I'm not sure what they are. The party is this coming Saturday night. All I've found so far is a big feet contest, and a Mountain Dew drinking contest. As you can see, I need help! I appreciate any ideas you can come up with. God Bless. Debbie


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RE: Hillbilly hoe-down

A frying pan toss is a contest to see who (usually women) can throw a cast iron frying pan the farthest. For a husband calling contest, women hollar out for their husbands as if they were "way out back." This is a subjective contest, where judges determine who is best.


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RE: Hillbilly hoe-down

Have people dress up as the Beverly Hillbillies. Have episodes from that show going on in the background.


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Oh, I love these ideas. You guys are great. Looks like the weather may not cooperate. We had planned to have it outside and had a chiminea to build a fire in, but not sure how that's going to work out now. We'll have fun anyway. Thanks again. Debbie


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RE: Sweet 16 hoe-down

My friend that was going to coordinate my daugthers party is unable to do so. I only have a month to plan it and I am on a fixed income. I need no/ low cost decorating and game ideas. Can anyone help out with some suggestions?


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RE: Hillbilly hoe-down

What kind of party? How old is your daughter?

It's hard to give suggestions when we don't know if you are planning a birthday party for a 5 year old or a retirement party for a 65 year old.


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