Night at the Races


Sidney Band Director Chris Adams, left, and his wife, Alison Adams, both of DeGraff, watch a horse race projected on the wall of the I.U.E Union Hall during Night at the Races Saturday, March 11. Night at the Races is a fundraiser for Sidney Yellow Jacket football held by the Sidney Vespa Quarterback Club. Besides betting on horse races people could eat chicken sandwiches and win door prizes.

Sidney Band Director Chris Adams, left, and his wife, Alison Adams, both of DeGraff, watch a horse race projected on the wall of the I.U.E Union Hall during Night at the Races Saturday, March 11. Night at the Races is a fundraiser for Sidney Yellow Jacket football held by the Sidney Vespa Quarterback Club. Besides betting on horse races people could eat chicken sandwiches and win door prizes.


Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Sidney Band Director Chris Adams, left, and his wife, Alison Adams, both of DeGraff, watch a horse race projected on the wall of the I.U.E Union Hall during Night at the Races Saturday, March 11. Night at the Races is a fundraiser for Sidney Yellow Jacket football held by the Sidney Vespa Quarterback Club. Besides betting on horse races people could eat chicken sandwiches and win door prizes.

Sidney Band Director Chris Adams, left, and his wife, Alison Adams, both of DeGraff, watch a horse race projected on the wall of the I.U.E Union Hall during Night at the Races Saturday, March 11. Night at the Races is a fundraiser for Sidney Yellow Jacket football held by the Sidney Vespa Quarterback Club. Besides betting on horse races people could eat chicken sandwiches and win door prizes.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2017/03/web1_SDN031317NightRaces.jpgSidney Band Director Chris Adams, left, and his wife, Alison Adams, both of DeGraff, watch a horse race projected on the wall of the I.U.E Union Hall during Night at the Races Saturday, March 11. Night at the Races is a fundraiser for Sidney Yellow Jacket football held by the Sidney Vespa Quarterback Club. Besides betting on horse races people could eat chicken sandwiches and win door prizes. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News