Raspberry Festival Car Show results
Under a gorgeous blue sky with a soft breeze whispering in the pines, the Classic Car Show and Shine took place at the St. Gertrude's Monastery and Museum's annual Raspberry Festival on the Camas Prairie.  Some of the cars entered in the Raspberry Festival Show and Shine.
The bells tolled for ten minutes at 1:00 p.m. announcing the beginning of the 100th year the Sister's have occupied the Monastery, while hundreds of people strolled through the classic vehicles trying to decide on just one to vote for.  Mike and Judy Callahan of Lewiston Idaho and their 1954 Ford F-100 were given the honor of being the "People's Choice".  
Mick Anderson of Lewiston and his 1956 Ford Victoria received the honor as the "Berry Prestigious", which the Sister's of the Monastery vote. Afterwards, Mick gave Sister Agnes a ride around the country roads in his Victoria. 
The participants also get a chance to vote for their favorite cars. These honors go to Bob Stewart of Clarkston with his 1929 Ford Model A, Marvin Frank of Lewiston and his 1935 Chevy 2 Door, Chuck and Debbie Neill of Clarkston and their 1948 Ford Coupe, Bill and Betty Tolle of Clarkston and their 1955 Chevy 2 Door Hardtop Belair, Jerry Litchfield of Stites and his 1968 Pontiac GTO, Jim and Shelli Kernan of Lewiston and their 1975 Pontiac TransAm and Larry Kirpes of Colton and his 1982 Zimmer Golden Spirit. 
A special thank to Hometown Auto and Ag, Joe Forsmann and Associates, Arnzen Super Drug, Camas Prairie Insurance, B & A Performance Auto, AJ's Auto Parts, Strip-Tech, Truck and Auto Paint Shoppe, Rocky Mountain Sales and Service, Riener Concrete and Products, and Auto Jobbers Supply for all their support and donations.  
Other Raspberry Festival results in next week's update.
Some of the many craft fair booths.
Local volunteers donated many hours to manning booths and events at the Raspberry Festival. Shown are Vic and Theresa Lustig and Pollyanna Candalot at the book sale booths in the PHS gym.
Some of the quilts on display at the Quilt Show.
Wes Munger tries to knock over a stack of bottles in the baseball toss booth at the Kids Carnival. The Kids Carnival was a new event this year.
A young lady fishes for a prize in one of the Kids Carnival booths.
A clown made balloon animals for the children at the Kids Carnival.
A closeup view of some of the cars in the Show and Shine.
Kids climbed all over the dugout canoes at the craft fair.

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