350-plus attend Frontier Days, peek into old-time life

Wednesday, September 28, 2016
Edgar Schreiner Jr. skims the top of his sorghum brew with son, Michael. The family made two batches during the two-day Frontier Days event held on their property in Jenkins, where they also grow the sorghum. The event involved was a combined effort of the Son Rose Trail Ride Club, along with several vendors and artisans. Contributed photo

David Hunt and his band High Hope Bluegrass helped provide and coordinate entertainment during Frontier Days in Jenkins.

Children have old-fashion fun at Frontier Days. Contributed photo
Driver Mark Moller and horse, Bud, take children for a wagon ride during Frontier Days, which was held Saturday and Sunday in Jenkins. The family event was both educational and fun for children, who enjoyed wagon rides, making rope, learning how meals were made, and what daily life was like for their ancestors on the frontier. Contributed photo
Sandra Schreiner leads worship during a cowboy church service Sunday morning on the second day of Frontier days in Jenkins, on the porch of the rustic log cabin the family built, accompanied by High Hope Bluegrass band members. Contributed photo
David Hunt and his band High Hope Bluegrass helped provide and coordinate entertainment during Frontier Days in Jenkins. Contributed photo
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