Winners named in Duck Derby

Some lucky ducks won prizes in the 2008 Fall City Ducky Derby, held Saturday, Aug. 30 on the Snoqualmie River.

  • Tuesday, September 9, 2008 3:50pm
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Some lucky ducks won prizes in the 2008 Fall City Ducky Derby, held Saturday, Aug. 30 on the Snoqualmie River.

Winners include: Ellen Gaynor, $500 from Fall City Days Committee; Augie, $200 from Fall City Days Committee; Joe Pekara, one hour Doggy Party by Heaven Spa, $125; Trevor Andrew, one hour Doggy Party by Heaven Spa, $125; Sheryl Hagen, one hour Doggy Party by Heaven Spa, $125; Mike Johnson, one hour Doggy Party by Heaven Spa, $125; Dave Page, one hour Doggy Party by Heaven Spa, $125; Colin Stanton, one hour Doggy Party by Heaven Spa, $125; Kyle Hagen, $100 cash from Fall City Days Committee; Tom Hay, Aquatic Bodywork for a dog, $85 value; Dennis Anderson, Aquatic Bodywork for a dog; Reed Paradissis, Aquatic Bodywork for a dog; Gene Q, Aquatic Bodywork for a dog; Kevin Bardsley, Aquatic Bodywork for a dog; Sean Boyle, Aquatic Bodywork for a dog; Sherry Roddewig, Aquatic Bodywork for a dog; Randy Williamson, Aquatic Bodywork for a dog; David Ovall, Aquatic Bodywork for a dog; Sherry Roddewig, Aquatic Bodywork for a dog; Brenda Carignan, two Mariner tickets, $80 value, Hauglie Insurance; Judy Potter, candle basket, $75, from Raging River Candle Co.; Judy Kelley, The Yoga Barn certificate for intro, $56 value; Debbi Sanchez, two rounds of golf with a cart at the Tall Chief Golf Course; Judy Potter, two rounds of golf at Cascade Golf Course; Greg Potter, Sno-Falls Credit Union $50 Visa gift card; Lois Buschen, Party Ponies gift certificate for $50; Debbi Sanchez, Small Fryes $40 voucher; Kristin Minner, $25.20 value of Forever stamps from Postmaster Ron and Ralph W.; Mark Johnson, FC Espresso $25 gift certificate; Bill McKelvey, $25 gift certificate from the River’s Edge; Nancy Lawrence, FC Espresso $25 gift certificate; Jesse McCoy, FC Espresso $25 gift certificate; Valerie Garfield, FC Espresso $25 gift certificate; Ron Wahlin, Celestial Espresso $25 gift certificate; Dave Sharpy, Celestial Espresso $25 gift certificate; Chase Steiner, Celestial Espresso $25 gift certificate; Dale Gemer, Celestial Espresso $25 gift certificate; Atty Johnson, Celestial Espresso $25 gift certificate; Sarah, Celestial Espresso $25 gift certificate; Mar Goman, Celestial Espresso $25 gift certificate; David Hansen, Celestial Espresso $25 gift certificate; Mary or Mark Vilsmeyer, Celestial Espresso $25 gift certificate; Tony Bennett, Celestial Espresso $25 gift certificate; John Koshar, hair cut at Fall City Cuts, $17 value; Kris Newcomb, hair cut at Fall City Cuts, $17 value; Siyanne Raymond, candle basket from Terra Candles; Ember, two tickets for Regal Cinemas from Fine Line Painting; Danny Ovall, two tickets for Regal Cinemas from Fine Line Painting; Barry Finnelly, Twin Star Car Wash, $10 value; Jane McPherson, Twin Star Car Wash, $10 value; Mary Cordova Fleisch, Twin Star Car Wash, $10 value; Ruth Gardner, Twin Star Car Wash, $10 value; Sherry Roddewig, Twin Star Car Wash, $10 value.


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