Saying this is one of the most unique fundraisers in the US is an understatement. This is the kind of thing that can only be successful in the West side of Cincinnati. The Delhi Skirt Game has everything that the west side stands for: Food (Brats, Metts, Hamburgers, Hot Dogs, LaRosa's Pizza), Drinks (Beer, Water and Soft Drinks), Games of Chance, Kiddie Rides and Games, and Fabulous Fireworks choreographed by Queen City Pyro Productions (Dave Klawitter). For the first time this year we will also have Laser Tag available for thise kids and adults who want to participate. Master of Ceremonies this year will again be shared by Bob Herzog, Amanda Orlando, and Judge Dinkelacher. But what we have that no other event has are those girls in drag playing softball for charity. That is what makes the Delhi Skirt Game unique and what makes it a great event. This year, those guys will be dressed as High School Prom Queens. It has been confirmed that we have 2 chiefs as umpires this year. Chief of Police for Delhi, Jim Howarth, Firechief for Delhi, Bill Zoz and President of Delhi Athletic Association, Chief, Don Jasper will be in charge of officiating this game and trying to keep the prom beauties in line. And of course the 3 chiefs will have to dress for the event.
We are also going to try something new. After the game and before the fireworks, we are going to have a DJ from Hardwick Productions play some tunes and offer the residents of Delhi to karaoke before a couple of thousand Westside residents. Rules have not been established yet, but I understand it will probably only cost you $5 to be able to sing a tune. You will also have the opportunity to shut someone down. We will provide the hook if you provide us with a $20 bill. All this money goes to charity. For more about Hardwick
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Where else would a group of men of all ages, sizes and backgrounds, put away their modesty and don a skirt and wig to raise money for those who are less fortunate. On August 6th, men will don their wigs for the 33rd time. This started as a Delhi Athletic Association and Delhi Fire Department event, and now men from all over Delhi want to play (and have some fun while they are at it). To see the kind of fun that they have, check out this link to local12's web site: http://email@example.com&navCatId=5
This is from Channel 12's web site and Bob Herzog's Dance Party Friday from last year's event (2009)