Food was not in a short supply.
These are not just your ordinary hamburgers, but from high quality Angus beef. Veggi burgers were to be had too for our left-over from the hippie days boomers.
The hot dogs too were top of the line - Schwartz and Caspers, two I was not familiar with before but I sure am now!
We had a keg of beer but many of us wisely brought our own and I started an art project on one of the bar-b-que grills.
All of this for only $5. They had to stop the ticket sales at 65 (space consideration at the picnic area) even though we have 130 boomers listed in the group. Nevertheless there were a few boomers who procrastinated and didn't their $5 in on time and stopped by. They didn't get turned away.
Probably one of the better stories of the day was I notice two ladies early in the day passing through the picnic area to access the trail leading into Annadel Park. They were on their way for a hike. Later in the afternoon I saw them by the food table enjoying a hamburger and beer. I though that was nice that someone told them to help themselves after their hike. Well it turned out that one of them lived here, was a baby boomer herself but was unaware of the Boomer Group. She is now, and is a new member.