Spaghetti Feed

Members of Delta Charter Dragon Cheer pose at on tractors at the spaghetti feed held on Saturday, Jan. 11. The squad will compete in Las Vegas next month.

Saturday night on Highway 132 and River Road was the place to be.

The Delta Charter Dragon Cheer had their smiles on at the spaghetti drive-through dinner at the Bettencourt Tractor Museum.

The tickets were $10, and you drove through, saw the tractors and received a delicious, home-prepared spaghetti meal. The Delta Charter Dragon cheer are raising money for their two trips to Vegas. Back in November they won first place at the district event. This is the first time they have entered the competition, and they are enthusiastic.

A team of eight high school girls will go to Las Vegas on Feb. 20 and 23, and then back again on May 9 and 10 this year, so they are raising money for their airline tickets.

Barnstormer Ken Herger opened up the museum just for this event. The cheerleaders showed up with an immense amount of energy, and were welcomed back to learn more about tractors and how they can have a career in Ag.

The Dragons have Juanzette Hunter and Samantha Fernando to thank for a successful year so far. There will be bake sales throughout the two counties, Stanislaus and San Joaquin, as the Charter serves the area for children K-12.

Let’s cheer on the Dragon Cheer team!

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