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Post-Fair Supplement November 19, 2014 Page 5 Rabbit Race winners Rabbits hit the races with the annual rabbit run.The race is open to all interested contestants with one rabbit per contest- ant. Rabbits run in heats of two with the winner advancing. And the first rabbit to cross the finish line is the winner. Top prizes were awarded to: I st place- Kaitlyn Nelson 2nd place- Greta Schuster 3rd place-Annah Zikmund Potato Picking Results I 0 years or age or younger: I st place - Chuck Porter and Jonah Zikmund 2nd place - Sofia Markeson and Hannah Halerson 3rd place - John Beneda and Eric Swartz 4th place- Hannah Larson and GretaWharam I I years of age to 16 years of age: I st place - Katelyn Nelson and Emily Laaveg 2nd place - Kaylee Seim and Macy McMillian 3rd place - Julia Sveen and Sydney Porter - 4th place- Morgan Chalich and KarinaWhaley 17 years of age or older: I st place - Kirsten Johnson and Katie Bohn 2nd place -Jodi Ranisate and Heather Pic 3rd place - Alyssa Johnson and John Norberg Tryk Races top finishers The Walsh County Fair put adults and kids to the test in a Tryk race.Asking kids to grab an adult and show them how fast they could go, kids and adults proved that you are never too old to ride. Top honors went to: I st place:Justin Lindell and Rhett Lindell 2nd place: Steven Thompson and Jameson Erovick Potato peeling finishers This year theWalsh County Fair brought back an old favorite, the potato peeling competition. Top honors went to: I st place - Estelle Bina 2nd place -June Ellingson 3rd place - Joy Zidon Largest pumpkin results I st Terry Peoples with a pumpkin weighing in at 127 Ibs 2nd Delaine Peo- ples with a pump- kin weighing in at II 5 Ibs 3rd Paul Peoples with a pumpkin weighing in at 100 Ibs Stubborn old goat Larry Biri Showing animals at the fair isnl always easy. This critter lived up to its reputalion. Fair director smooches goat Four good-natured individuals were willing to put their puckers into action for a good cause by participating in the 4-H version of "Kiss the MysteryAnimar' contest held during theWalsh County Fair. Fair Board President Jay Sko- rheim, Walsh County Extension Agent Brad Brummond, Walsh County 4-H leader Megan Ram- sey and Fair Board Director and 4-H LeaderTodd Knudson will- ingly, if not reluctantly, volun- teered to be potential animal- smoochers to help raise money for the 4-H Shooting Sports pro- gram. Over $140 was raised throughout Fair Week. Each participant had a bucket and individuals were encouraged to "vote" for their favorite with their spare cash and change. Knudson was the lucky winner of this year's contest, raising nearly $70 himself for the opportunity to kiss a live animal. Since his daughter just won senior goat showmanship in the Little I con- test it seemed like the perfect time to announce the designated ani- mal and winner. Knudson found himself puckering up to the-paint: ed-lip goat sporting a purple rosette and gladly smooched the reluctant bleater. Thank you to all the partici- pants and donors who helped make this a fun and funny fundrais- er. TTTT ,' ATTORNEYS AT LAW Tracy L. Laaveg Attorney at Law Phone: 701.284.6300 Fax: 701.284.6306 flaaveg i) s twlawye rs.com 104 4fh Sfreef )v'est Park River, ND 58270 GRAFrON & PARK RIVER HIROPRACTIC CLINICS, P.C. Dr. Jonathan Jelinek CHIROPRACTIC * EXCELLENCE 728 Hill Avenue P.O. Box 623 Grafton 7oz-352-o4oo 424 Briggs Avenue Park River 7Ol-284-6677 Post-Fair Supplement November 19, 2014 Page 5 Rabbit Race winners Rabbits hit the races with the annual rabbit run.The race is open to all interested contestants with one rabbit per contest- ant. Rabbits run in heats of two with the winner advancing. And the first rabbit to cross the finish line is the winner. Top prizes were awarded to: I st place- Kaitlyn Nelson 2nd place- Greta Schuster 3rd place-Annah Zikmund Potato Picking Results I 0 years or age or younger: I st place - Chuck Porter and Jonah Zikmund 2nd place - Sofia Markeson and Hannah Halerson 3rd place - John Beneda and Eric Swartz 4th place- Hannah Larson and GretaWharam I I years of age to 16 years of age: I st place - Katelyn Nelson and Emily Laaveg 2nd place - Kaylee Seim and Macy McMillian 3rd place - Julia Sveen and Sydney Porter - 4th place- Morgan Chalich and KarinaWhaley 17 years of age or older: I st place - Kirsten Johnson and Katie Bohn 2nd place -Jodi Ranisate and Heather Pic 3rd place - Alyssa Johnson and John Norberg Tryk Races top finishers The Walsh County Fair put adults and kids to the test in a Tryk race.Asking kids to grab an adult and show them how fast they could go, kids and adults proved that you are never too old to ride. Top honors went to: I st place:Justin Lindell and Rhett Lindell 2nd place: Steven Thompson and Jameson Erovick Potato peeling finishers This year theWalsh County Fair brought back an old favorite, the potato peeling competition. Top honors went to: I st place - Estelle Bina 2nd place -June Ellingson 3rd place - Joy Zidon Largest pumpkin results I st Terry Peoples with a pumpkin weighing in at 127 Ibs 2nd Delaine Peo- ples with a pump- kin weighing in at II 5 Ibs 3rd Paul Peoples with a pumpkin weighing in at 100 Ibs Stubborn old goat Larry Biri Showing animals at the fair isnl always easy. This critter lived up to its reputalion. Fair director smooches goat Four good-natured individuals were willing to put their puckers into action for a good cause by participating in the 4-H version of "Kiss the MysteryAnimar' contest held during theWalsh County Fair. Fair Board President Jay Sko- rheim, Walsh County Extension Agent Brad Brummond, Walsh County 4-H leader Megan Ram- sey and Fair Board Director and 4-H LeaderTodd Knudson will- ingly, if not reluctantly, volun- teered to be potential animal- smoochers to help raise money for the 4-H Shooting Sports pro- gram. Over $140 was raised throughout Fair Week. Each participant had a bucket and individuals were encouraged to "vote" for their favorite with their spare cash and change. Knudson was the lucky winner of this year's contest, raising nearly $70 himself for the opportunity to kiss a live animal. Since his daughter just won senior goat showmanship in the Little I con- test it seemed like the perfect time to announce the designated ani- mal and winner. Knudson found himself puckering up to the-paint: ed-lip goat sporting a purple rosette and gladly smooched the reluctant bleater. Thank you to all the partici- pants and donors who helped make this a fun and funny fundrais- er. TTTT ,' ATTORNEYS AT LAW Tracy L. Laaveg Attorney at Law Phone: 701.284.6300 Fax: 701.284.6306 flaaveg i) s twlawye rs.com 104 4fh Sfreef )v'est Park River, ND 58270 GRAFrON & PARK RIVER HIROPRACTIC CLINICS, P.C. Dr. Jonathan Jelinek CHIROPRACTIC * EXCELLENCE 728 Hill Avenue P.O. Box 623 Grafton 7oz-352-o4oo 424 Briggs Avenue Park River 7Ol-284-6677