Car Show & Blackberry Festival 04
We would like to take this opportunity to thank all the folks that participated and shared the day with us. Thanks to Latah County Arts & Culture Committee for partially funding the Christian Cowboy Balladeers who provided an afternoon of music and cowboy poetry for our entertainment.
Thank you to the Latah County Sheriff’s Department, Latah County Disaster Services, RSVP, the Juliaetta Community Center Committee and the proposed JK Unified Fire District for proving necessary information concerning our community.
Thank you to XI BETA IOTA, The Bottoms Up, Connie Naplin, Denny Summers, Diane Clemm, Elmer Rupp, Gayle Marek, Gateway Materials, Heather Chamberlain, Judy Haley, Lynda Byington, Pizza Bank and Vickey Barker who participated as vendors that supplied crafts, food, blackberry goodies, ice cream, and drinks. Thank you to the Kendrick FFA and the Cedar Ridge 4H club for joining in with us on this event.
Deepest appreciation to 123inkjets.com, 21st Century Plastics in Missoula, Browning Cutstock, Bottom’s Up, Burger King, Central Labor Council, Charlton Heston, Chipman & Taylor, City of Kendrick, Commercial Tire, Dennis & Bonnie Curran from Missoula, Domestic Cheese in San Francisco, Easy Choice Title Loans, Ed’s Ect, Excalibur Auto Body Repair, First Step Internet, Final Touch, Flemings, George Smith, Hahn Rental Center, Happy Day Corporation, Henry Winkler, Juliaetta Market, Julie & Dennis Greene, KC Auto Paint & Supplies, Latah Eagle, Latah Federal Credit Union, Latah County Sheriff’s Department, Lawrence Wilson, JK Recreation District and Kendrick Lion’s Club, Lura Butler, MAACO Auto Painting & Body Works, Magnuson Insurance, Moscow Ice Rink, Oxarc, Pacific Steel & Recycling, Perfection Tire, Plunder & Pawn, Rosauer’s, Rudy Meyer, Sacagawea Motor Inn, Safeway, Sattler Insurance, Snyder’s Bakery, State Farm, Steely Printing & Binding, TDS Telecom, TISCO, Turnkey Systems, University of Idaho Vandal Brand Meats, and We Don’t Know Signs for partnering and sponsoring our event.
We acknowledge and thank Sherry Smith, Ann Raffety, Mike McGee, Chad Henson, John Bergen III, Roger Kechter, Buddy Henson, Jim Sturman, and Val Norris our volunteers for preparing the fabulous breakfast and lunch. Thanks to Alicia Roberts, Ed Groseclose, Dennis Curren, Ernie Smith, George Smith, Jayne C. Smith, Jerry Baumgardner, Joe Moore, Justin Cope, Kenny Cope, Kerry Cope, Lizzie Baumgardner, Lleia Roberts, Randy Brunes, Rob Clemenhagen, Zana Sherman and Zack Brunes for coordinating the vendors, classic cars, voting, games, dunk tank, raffles and for preparing and cleaning the park for this event.
This year’s best of show awards went to Tom Wieber of Kendrick with his 1967 GMC for 4X4, Monte & Judy Walstad of Lewiston with their 1938 Pontiac for Prewar (1941), Jim Waldron of Weippe with his 1966 Corvette for Classic Original, Thomas & Jann Atkinson of Orofino with their 1965 Mustang for Convertible, Lleia Roberts of Kendrick with her 1964 Ford Fairland for Hard Luck, Mick Anderson of Lewiston with his 1956 Ford Crown Victoria for Hot Rod, Steve Mornowe of Lewiston with his 1987 Harley Davidson for Motorcycle, Jeff Rowden of Lewiston with his 1971 Chevelle for Muscle Car, Steve Steften of Troy with his 1959 El Camino for Pickup, Gene Peck of Lewiston with his 1928 Ford for Roadster, Mel Nye of Clarkston with his 1934 Ford Coupe for Street Rod, Lizzie Baumgardner of Juliaetta with her 1949 Studebaker Pickup for Ugliest, Bob Stewart of Clarkston with his 1942 Studebaker Champion for Unfinished, Miles Berg of Lewiston with his 1953 Nash Country Club for Unique, Dave & Sandy Auer of St. Marie’s with their 1957 Ford Ranch Wagon for the Wagon Class, For category Farthest Distance, there were five entries from St. Marie’s, so there was a bit of a dilemma, and cards were drawn and the winner was Dave & Sandy Auer from St. Maries.
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