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Bernie Glim and his wife, Karen, share a moment Thursday, Sept. 18, during the 21st annual Hometown Hoedown at CD & ME in Frankfort. The event aimed to raise funds for the Cancer Support Center and Camp Quality. Photos by Rebecca Susmarski/22nd Century Media
Melanie Zaiko, of Crestwood, (right) line dances to the live country music at the Hometown Hoedown.
Karen King, of Frankfort, a first-timer at the hoedown, takes part in some square dancing.
Rebecca Susmarski, Assistant Editor
5:35 pm CDT September 23, 2014

Many who attended the 21st annual Frankfort Hometown Hoedown Thursday, Sept. 18, connected one word with the experience — “family.”

The event included live music from Bernie Gilm and the Country Roads Band, country line dancing, raffles, a silent auction, food and a cash bar. The event aimed to raise money for two local charities — the Cancer Support Center, which provides programs, resources and more for cancer patients and survivors, and Camp Quality, which allows children who have cancer to take a weeklong trip to Camp Manitoqua in Frankfort.