Old Timers Father Day picnic held in McCoy | VailDaily.com

Old Timers Father Day picnic held in McCoy

McCOY, Colorado –An Old Timers Fathers Day Picnic was held June 21 at the McCoy Community Center, in McCoy, Colorado.

David Butler opened it with the Pledge of Allegiance, followed by “How Great Thou Art,” with Annie Ewing on the piano and John Comer holding the book. Jo Ann Woodward was crowned by her daughter, Jodi, as our 2009 Fathers Day Queen. Her son, Michael, gave a history of his mom. She has done a lot of things and been involved in the community a lot of years.

Bob Flogas, 94, has lived in our community some 25 years and was crowned our king for 2009 by his son, Jay, who also told a story about his dad.

Fifty years ago a senior class graduated from good old McCoy High School. Ruby Forster introduced three of the four class members attending and they all reminisced old times. Susie Booco Bishop, of Las Vegas, was not able to attend. They all had great memories and agreed that McCoy High had been a great school to attend.

Steve Stock traveled 1,200 miles coming the greatest distance. Flogas was our member having been around the longest. Jayden Mutchelknaus was the youngest in our crowd. Door prizes were given.

A certificate was given to Old Dog and Cass for providing hamburgers, brats and providing the place every year to have it, plus everything else he does for his community. Missy and Dudley of Eagle County Ambulance District did vitals tests.

Some 70 folks enjoyed the celebration organized by the Fathers Day Picnic Committee and McCoy Pot Luck.

If anyone is enjoying something that does not belong to them that was taken from the picnic, please return the 1959 school annual to 29633 Colorado River Road, McCoy Colorado 80463

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