Children play and dance in front of the stage while the Halkirk ELKS supplied entertainment at the Halkirk rodeo grounds on Aug. 29th. Kevin J. Sabo photo

PHOTOS: The Halkirk ELKS brought some entertainment to the community on Aug. 29th

The Daysland-based music group The River Jacks performed as well

The Halkirk ELKS brought some entertainment to the community on Aug. 29th bringing in the Daysland-based music group The River Jacks to perform. Around 160 people were in the audience for the show, out of a maximum allowed 200. Admission was free and included a burger and pop.

Kevin J. Sabo photo

Children play and dance in front of the stage while the Halkirk ELKS supplied entertainment at the Halkirk rodeo grounds on Aug. 29th.

Kevin J. Sabo photo

Daysland-area music group The River Jacks played to a group of around 160 at the Halkirk Rodeo Grounds on Aug. 29th. The event was paid for in full by the Halkirk ELKS. The tickets to the event were free, however limited to 200 people, and included a beverage and a hamburger.

Kevin J. Sabo photo

The Daysland-based music group The River Jacks performed as well

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Daysland-area music group The River Jacks played to a group of around 160 at the Halkirk Rodeo Grounds on Aug. 29th. The event was paid for in full by the Halkirk ELKS. The tickets to the event were free, however limited to 200 people, and included a beverage and a hamburger. Kevin J. Sabo photo

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