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SPY's Newsletter 8/23/23

SPY’s Community Newsletter

(8/23/23)

Lakewood Lions BBQ Chicken Dinner



Farmer’s Picnic Epilogue #2


Home Run Derby Champion



The sixth annual Farmer’s Picnic Home Run Derby Contest had 10 entries this year. Dylan Cuddahee (pictured below) won with 9 dingers that sailed out of the park. Dylan Kemp was the runner-up.

Cornhole Tournament Results

The eighth annual Sunfield Farmers Picnic Cornhole Tournament got underway Saturday, at 10 a.m. with a total of 28 teams participating. Tier 1 Division (with 14 teams) winners were 1st place – Strictly Business, 2nd place – Lushes Hair and 3rd place – Primetime Cornhole.

In the Tier 2 Division (with 14 teams) winners were 1st place – Payne Brothers, 2nd place – Stepbrothers, and 3rd place – Ted & Greg.



Pictured (left to right) Tier 1 Champions Strictly Business. Runner-Up Lushes Hair.


Horseshoe Tournament Results

The annual William Bosworth Memorial Horseshoe Tournament had eight 2-person teams participate. Kara Feehan and Dusty Shepard placed first; George Sutliff and Rodney Fothergis placed second and Ellis Conley and Nick Zettelmaier placed third.

Float Building Contest

In the ninth annual float decorating contest, there were four entries. The Sunfield Historical Society won with their entry with a covered wagon with Robert Avery, Richard Hager, Doris Feasal and Marlene Trask dressed in period clothing and waving to the crowd. The Sunfield District Library Reading Program “All Together Now” float came in second place with the Daughters of the Union Veterans and the Messer Family wagon float not far behind.



Float Decorating Contest winner Sunfield Historical Society. Robert Avery driving the tractor with Richard Hager, Doris Feasal and Marlene Trask on the wagon.

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