‘Hoop’ Dreams Fall Short
But No One Too Upset With Effort To Break Record, Help Daycare
Participants in the effort to break the Guinness world record for the most people doing the Hokey Pokey with Hula-Hoops “shake it all about,” during Saturday’s attempt at the James Madison University field hockey stadium. Though they didn’t break the record, those who took part in the event, a fundraiser for the Roberta Webb Child Care Center, said it was a valiant effort nonetheless. (Photos by Michael Reilly / DN-R)
Aliyah Sommers (left), 6, and Emily Hess, 8, listen as JMU President Jonathan Alger welcomes the crowd.
Participants in Saturday’s effort to break the Hokey Pokey with Hula-Hoops world record gave it their all at the JMU field hockey stadium.
Adam Lindberg, director of fraternity and sorority life at...
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