Wausa held its annual pork chop BBQ this past weekend, which was filled with pork chops, entertainment and small-town living.
Each year, Wausa Community Club hosts the event to help raise funds to be put towards the towns centennial celebration.
“Its a fundraising effort. We usually try to put back to the community or we build to go back to centennials,” Community Club Officer Heather Carlson said.
This year’s entertainment included The Rude Band along with a live auction of donated items.
Long-time member Jeff Friedrich stepped down from his duties, which allowed Carlson and others to operate the community club.
The pork chop feed was started in 1983 to raise funds for the Wausa centennial celebration.