Classic has 45 entrants
It was a perfect day Sunday at the Raspberry Festival for the car show and shine. We had cars from the 1920's through 1997 that sparkled in the warm sunshine and were enjoyed by many.
Our participant's choice winners included for the 1920's, Max McLellen of Kamiah and his 1927 Buick, for the 1930's, Bill Hazelton of Grangeville and his 1932 Ford Pick-up, for the 1940's, Hank
Cook of Grangeville and his 1941 Ford Cabover Truck, for the 1950's Frieda Hazelton of Grangeville and her 1955 Chevy 2 Door Hardtop, for the 1960's Mel Oglesby of Clarkston and his 1969 Mustang Hardtop, for the 1970's Jason McCarthy of Clarkston and his 1972 Mazda B-1600 Pick-up and for Late Model, Michael Rux of Grangeville and his 1997 Honda Civic.
The public voted People's Choice award went to Hank Cook of Grangeville and his 1941 Ford
The Nun voted "Berry Prestigious" award went to Larry and Carole Kerpes of Colton, Washington and their 1929 Ford Model A Hot Rod.
Sister Chanelle Schuler's name was drawn to receive a ride in the car. Mr. Kerpes was a gracious and proud winner and was spotted giving several of the Nuns a cruise around the grounds of St. Gertrude's and out on the Keuterville Highway. Thank you to all the participants for sharing your
cars and to the public and the Sisters for viewing the cars and voting.
Raspberry Festival Fun Run held
Following are the top times in the 2004 Raspberry Festival Fun Run/Walk.
In the 5K run Melinda Wimer of Kamiah was the top women’s finisher with a time of 25:10. Second was Madeline Jacobson of Pullman in 27:10.
In the male portion of the 5K run Austin Wilcox was first in 47:45 and Dillion Wilcox was second in 48:15.
For the 5K walkers Alyse Cadez of Lewiston was first among women in 41:52 with Lisa Riener of Cottonwood second in 48:30. For the males Travis Cadez of Moscow was first in 41:52 with Dakota Wilson of Cottonwood second at 52:45.
In the 10K run Theresa Heath of Cottonwood was first in 58:20 with Jeannie Frantum of LaGrande, Ore. second in 1:14.26.
For the men Doug Jacobson of Pullman was first in the 10K run in 38:00. Second was Guy Chislett of Kamiah in 48:37.