Broome winner of Tiny House
Men, women, and children of all ages gathered Monday at the Longleaf Trace Park to enjoy music, games, food and fellowship.
The event ended in a bang with a tremendous fireworks display. The fourth annual event was sponsored by the Unity in the Community organization and brought a large crowd to downtown Prentiss.
Randy Broome was the winner of the Tiny House garden shed given away prior to the fireworks display.
The Tiny House garden shed was the first house off the assembly line at Tiny House Life Space, the new industry in Prentiss. Tiny House donated the shed to Unity in the Community. Money from chances on the Tiny House helped sponsor the celebration.
“Feedback from the event has been very positive and everyone seems to be looking forward already to next year’s event. We hope it will be even bigger and better,” said Susan Hoxie, Unity member.