The Delbarton Homecoming celebrated its 25th anniversary over the Labor Day weekend holiday. The celebration would have been celebrated last year but event planners were forced to cancel it because of COVID-19 restrictions. Those regulations were reduced this year and a large crowd tuned out for the three-day event that included socializing and a long list of planned activities, live music, vendors, a petting zoo, a gospel sing and free food.
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