The Roaring ’20’s come back to life in York

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People in York took a step back in time on Saturday; venturing into the 1920's.
Folks gathered at Santander Stadium for the free "Roaring '20's" party and 3rd Annual Charity Croquet Tournament.
The Rotary Club of York County hosted the event to benefit local non-profit organizations.
In addition to this year's 1920's theme, food trucks, live music, and free chair massages added to the fun.
36 non-profit teams competed this year for more than $50,000 in prizes, as well as the County Cup.
"Top prize, like it's been in the past, is $15,000 dollars which is really meaningful to a non-profit organization in York County," said Elizabeth Wolf, Co-Chair of the County Cup.
The York County Literacy Council took home the top prize. Followed by Mount Zion United Church of Christ and Big Brothers Big Sisters rounding out the top three.
Over the past two years, the County Cup has awarded more than $119,000 to 52 York County non-profit organizations.

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