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German Fest 2012 hosted by St. John's Lutheran Church of Deanville, Texas



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WELCOME TO THE FIRST ANNUAL (May 2012) GERMAN FEST HOSTED BY ST. JOHN'S LUTHERAN CHURCH OF DEANVILLE, TEXAS.


Terry Moon, Lay Pastor
979-535-4125
P.O. Box 38, Deanville, Texas 77852



The first annual German Fest hosted by the St. John's Lutheran Church in Deanville on May 20, 2012 was a great success. The authentic German Dinner was great, the silent auction was the best I have seen bar none, the polka music was great and folks clad in traditional German costumes were everywhere.


Gene Hackemack of Brenham provided music at the morning church service and entertained us with his "Ol Tyme German and Czech music and song". Gene can be reached at (squeezeman123@gmail.com).





Enjoying a wonderful meal and listening to some great polka music.





It don't get much better than this!





Gene Hackemack of Brenham-Have squeezebox-will travel!





The deer population definitely increased for the festival. Some great vintage tractors were displayed.





Cool cars!





Deutsch Marketplaz. Fresh vegetables, face painting, cookbooks...





Now that's a pickup!!







































































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