A hot time in the ol’ town…

The Clover Loafers played host to more than 100 guests on Saturday night for a free Valentine’s Day dance at the Hugus Building in downtown Meeker. Members of the band are, in front, from left to right, David Mains on guitar, Mary K. Krueger on keyboard and Dave Cole on violin with drummer Brett Smithers in back on the drums. The event drew a wide range of dancers from those in their teens to those whose teen years are in the distant past, but all seemed to have fun.

Roughly 100 people, teens to adults, took part in the free Valentine’s Day dance at the Hugus Building in Meeker on Saturday. The Clover Loafers from Meeker provided dance music along with free appetizers from Wendll’s and a cash bar run by the Meeker Lions Club. The Clover Loafers played a wide array of music for the audience.
Roughly 100 people, teens to adults, took part in the free Valentine’s Day dance at the Hugus Building in Meeker on Saturday. The Clover Loafers from Meeker provided dance music along with free appetizers from Wendll’s and a cash bar run by the Meeker Lions Club. The Clover Loafers played a wide array of music for the audience.

The Clover Loafers played host to more than 100 guests on Saturday night for a free Valentine’s Day dance at the Hugus Building in downtown Meeker. Members of the band are, in front, from left to right, David Mains on guitar, Mary K. Krueger on keyboard and Dave Cole on violin with drummer Brett Smithers in back on the drums. The event drew a wide range of dancers from those in their teens to those whose teen years are in the distant past, but all seemed to have fun.
The Clover Loafers played host to more than 100 guests on Saturday night for a free Valentine’s Day dance at the Hugus Building in downtown Meeker. Members of the band are, in front, from left to right, David Mains on guitar, Mary K. Krueger on keyboard and Dave Cole on violin with drummer Brett Smithers in back on the drums. The event drew a wide range of dancers from those in their teens to those whose teen years are in the distant past, but all seemed to have fun.
A good turnout was part of the fun Saturday night at the Hugus Building in downtown Meeker as the Clover Loafers and building owner Mary K. Krueger, who is a member of the band, hosted a free Valentine’s Day dance. Krueger said she came up with the idea as “there aren’t a whole lot of things to do on a Saturday night in Meeker during the winter and I thought this might make for a nice change.” The dance Saturday is not likely to be the last one this winter, she said.
A good turnout was part of the fun Saturday night at the Hugus Building in downtown Meeker as the Clover Loafers and building owner Mary K. Krueger, who is a member of the band, hosted a free Valentine’s Day dance. Krueger said she came up with the idea as “there aren’t a whole lot of things to do on a Saturday night in Meeker during the winter and I thought this might make for a nice change.” The dance Saturday is not likely to be the last one this winter, she said.