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"There was a bouquet at the end, and we had to leap frog to get it first," Hollar said. "No one was expecting us to win." The goal of the event was to bring wedding vendors together to have a good time. The vendors are usually busy trying to make the big day happen, and they hardly have time to get to know each other. "We work together every weekend making dreams come true, but we don't get to talk to other vendors," Hollar said. "It was fun to let our guards down and have good, friendly fun." Not only was it time for local vendors to bond, but the proceeds went to the victims of the Thomas Fire, according to Hollar. The event was put on by Patrick Ang, a photographer and videographer from Bakersfield. Hollar said he hopes to continue the tradition, with proceeds going to a different charity each year. She also hopes to host the games in Bakersfield one day. Hollar said, "It was all for fun — a lot of good, crazy fun." FINE DINING SERVICES NOW AVAILABLE AT BAKERSFIELD COLLEGE RESTAURANT Today is the grand opening for the spring of the fine dining service at the Renegade Room, a public restaurant operated by Bakersfield College students enrolled in the school's Foods and Nutrition Program. "Thank you for coming out and supporting our students as they learn the ins and outs of the food service industry," Bakersfield College said on Facebook Monday. The restaurant also offers takeout services and is now accepting cash, check, Visa and MasterCard. Call 395-4441 or email email@example.com to make a reservation. Include your name, number of guests in your party, the date and time you’d like to visit the restaurant, and a contact number. Visit www.bakersfieldcollege.edu/renegaderoom to see the menu.
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