Major brings out the redneck in everyone

The 11th annual Saskatchewan Redneck Summer Games included a wide range of activities and fun for the whole family


Jonah Palaschak of Flaxcombe watches as his bottle of ice flies toward the stop sign on his way to a first place finish in the Bottle Throw event at the Saskatchewan Redneck Summer Games in Major on Aug. 11.

Kenneth Brown
of The Crossroads

There are few places anyone could go to see a group of people in a tug of war with an antique farm tractor. That was one of the sights on the weekend in Major.

The 11th annual Saskatchewan Redneck Summer Games took place in Major over three days on Aug. 10-12. The weekend includes a wide range of activities and fun such as the Redneck Summer Games, a slo-pitch tournament, volleyball tournament and other fun for the whole family.

That fun includes the Junior Redneck Summer Games held before the adults take their turn at channelling their inner redneck. The weekend also included a live band on Saturday night, a steak supper, a pancake breakfast and door prizes.

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