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PHOTO GALLERY: Visitors enjoy food, fun at Labor Day Hometown Festival

Sunday, September 2, 2012 | 8:09 p.m. CDT
Holly Russell and Sandy Robbins prepare meals for families at the Bass Pro Shops' Labor Day Hometown Festival in order to raise awareness and donations to the Bike MS charity.

COLUMBIA — Bass Pro Shops held its Labor Day Hometown Festival on Saturday and Sunday. The event included barbeque, games for kids and product demonstrations.

Photos by BOBBY WATSON / Missourian

John Berkburegler cuts slices of pork tenderloin fresh from an electric smoker before it is served to families and children attending Bass Pro Shops' Labor Day Hometown Festival on Sunday. 

 

Photos by BOBBY WATSON / Missourian

Dalton Luper and Holly Russell grill and serve hot dogs and snacks to families attending Bass Pro Shops' Labor Day Hometown Festival. Attendees received a  combo meal in exchange for a $2 donation to the Bass Pro Shops' Team Columbia that is fundraising for the Bike MS: Express Scripts Gateway Getaway Ride.  

Photos by BOBBY WATSON / Missourian

John Berkburegler guides visitors at the Labor Day Hometown Festival through his processes of smoking meat and preparing the perfect grilled treats during a seminar at Bass Pro Shops. 

 


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