(click on news podcast tab above to hear interview with John Burkhart, author of the melodrama West of West Point.)
It was a wonderful day in West Point for families.
The Fourth of July was full of activities in West Point, starting off with the fun run/walk hosted by the St. Francis Memorial Hospital rehab department. It was free.
There was also a sand volleyball tournament.
Also the West Point Community Theater presented a melodrama at the theater at “West of West Point” written by John Burkhart at 3 and 7.
Woodman Life also had a watermelon feast at Neligh park from 4 till 5.
Bounce houses and inflatables were also on hand, hosted by the West Point Beemer One Act Team from 4 till 9.
Beef and pork barbecue sandwiches were hosted by the Knights of Columbus.
A father-son baseball game was at 5 at Anderson Field.
The GACC cheerleaders along with St. Mary’s Youth Group had face painting , root beer floats, cotton candy and bingo for families.
And it was topped off at 10 with a huge fireworks display.