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Tuesday, August 7, 2012
Kelsey Moore hits a long one for her team during the three day softball tournament.
The Rusty Nichol played the opening set at the Exeter Volunteer Fire Department Street Dance – Susie Nichols, left, and Jodee Mika, right are both from Exeter.
Bob and Pat Becker get their plates filled by Volunteer Fire Department members Margaret Petro and Bob Mueller.
The Exeter Volunteer Fire Department sponsored by a softball tournament and a street dance and bbq over the weekend. Saturday night entertainment featured Rusty Nichol from 5 - 9 and the Timmery and Joe took over the stage from 9 - 1 a.m. The fire department served bbq beef sandwiches, hotdogs, fresh corn and smoked chicken. Bobbi Roach’s team from Friend won the tournament on Sunday.
Posted by Leesa Bartu at 9:04 AM
Kim Ruhl of Exeter and Travas Thomas of Kansas pose in front of his custom made boat at the Chamber of Commerce Car and Bike Show at Exeter Fun Days.
Best of Show honors went to Dennis and Kathy Tessman and grandson Jake of Hastings for their 1955 Chevy Chamber of Commerce Car and Bike Show at Exeter Fun Days.
Alan Michl won top honors in the muscle car category with his Dodge Challenger Chamber of Commerce Car and Bike Show at Exeter Fun Days.
Randy Jensen won best motorcycle with his 1942 Harley-Davidson at the Chamber of Commerce Car Show at Exeter Fun Days.
Posted by Leesa Bartu at 8:55 AM
Brett Kallhoff digs in to the pile of prizes after earning a prize at one of the Kiddie Games.
Hannah Beethe watches as Brooklyn Oldehoeft toss a ring to win a pop. After many tries Brooklyn was excited to take a big pop home for her Dad.
Deidre Stevens helps Cohen Harre play Plinko while his grandma, Sherri Harre and Uncle Brett Harre watch.
The Exeter Chamber of Commerce sponsored kiddie games at the Exeter Fun Days. The games were run by the Exeter-Milligan Cheerleaders with a few extra helpers.
Posted by Leesa Bartu at 8:47 AM