Water’n Hole celebrates first year in business

The Hearsay Band performs during the celebration of  The Water'n Hole's one-year anniversary June 18.

The Rumour Band performs throughout the celebration of The Water’n Hole’s a single-year anniversary June 18.

A sign for the Cornhole Tournament is seen on a fence.

A sign for the Cornhole Match is viewed on a fence.

The Water’n Gap in Augusta made Saturday, June 18th, a unforgettable working day for the town, marking the very first anniversary under the possession of Mary and Ronnie Hackney.

Reside audio on the out of doors deck was a loud and festive addition to the celebration, with the songs getting offered by the Hearsay band. They provided a mix of musical sorts, with place audio becoming the dominant concept of the day.

On the south side of the bar, the corn gap court docket was retained chaotic with quite a few teams collaborating in the function. Even the bar’s new functions supervisor, Kraig Haukapp, was fifty percent of a crew in the celebration.

That event also drew sponsorships, including Kane Flooring, Likes Development, 217 Cornhole, Hearth Cornhole, and Titan Bags. They proved to be an included draw for the event.

Initially put for the function went to Doug Aschman and Hank Delonjay. Second place went to Kollen Hughes and JonTae Anderson. Buddha Hawkins and his companion, popularly regarded as Salt & Pepper, rounded out the leading three winners.

Whilst the climate proved to be very hot for the function, the change out for the function was solid. Haukapp termed the celebration a achievements.

This article originally appeared on The McDonough County Voice: Business celebrates anniversary