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Page 12 text:
Farmers' Day sat us back on our heels with a day full of activities—some new, and others a rerun from last year-but they were all filled with fun
Bright and early on that Saturday morning, 82 runners showed up and finished the Farmers’ Day Fun Run. These runners could either run a 5-mile or a 2-mile course.
At 10 A.M. the annual Farmers’ Day Parade began with everything from clowns to marching bands.
The highlight of junior Tamara Cook’s day was cheering throughout the parade, since it was her first year in cheerleading.
Band member Allison Dillion remembered driving down an alley frantically trying to get to the band line-up when she ran into one of
the big trash dumpsters. Luckily, all she did was tear off the bumper as she drug the dumpster about six feet through the alley.
Following the parade, volunteers grilled and served over 3,700 hamburgers. While eating their hamburgers, spectators listened to the KCHS band, who provided dinner music for the afternoon.
One of the highlights of the day was the pie-eating contest. Pies weren’t
only for eating on this warm day in September; they were also auctioned off and thrown at “Someone Special.” The pie-in-the-face auction had selected people line up including: Mayor Tom Wilson, Councilman Greg Robinson, Mary Jensen, newspaper publisher Bob Pinkerton, County Attorney Dave Wilson, Sheriff John Thacker, Jr., school superintendent Darryl Kile, Anna Lewis, Pat Bie-secker, history teacher Frank Calise, Steve Brown, and-Dean Fox
Later in the afternoon
there was mud and water all over at the fairgrounds. A greased pig contest sponsored by the Kimball FFA Chapter was a big hit with freshman Mike Rux
when asked about the highlight of his Farmer’s Day, “Being in the greased pig contest with Joe Exum and Mike Lippold.” was his answer.
The Kimball marching band and cheerleaders entertain local residents while they eat at the free hamburger feed.
To put a
perfect close on a perfect day, people went home, changed their clothes and came back downtown to the Lip Sync contest and the street dance with ‘Complete Music’ by Carey Story.
New and fun addi-
tions to Farmers' Day this year were a mini zoo, initiated by Mr. Bill Rauert, and a dunking booth sponsored by the Job’s Daughters.
The American National Bank's float in the Farmer’s Day Parade displays a Kimball Longhorn football player.
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Q: What do
you do on weekends and school breaks?
KCHS volleyball players, Reine Janicck, Joann Carlson, and Krista Bashaw grin after entertaining their audience at the Homecoming bonfire.
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During the pie-in-thc-facc contest, Mike Allison enthusiastically smothers Mr. Randy Lu-bash with a pic.
At the FFA sponsored greased pig contest, Chris Culek and Ben Andersen hoist their pig in the air trying to beat the winning time.
Sophomore Amy Stevenson Finds herself in cold water at a new attraction at Farmer's Day - the Job’s Daughter dunking booth.
Principal Jerry Williams and Superintendent Darryl Kile cook hamburgers for the free hamburger feed sponsored by the Chamber of Commerce.
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