Official Program of the 53rd Annual Capital Lakefair Celebration
July 14 - 18, 2010 www.lakefair.org
A supplement to the Nisqually Valley News
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Eat great, support nonprofit food vendors When you are hungry for one of those wonderful Fair Burgers. The Walla Walla Sweet onions sautéed just right and the cheese melting over the patty, where do you go! Lakefair! If you are not into hamburgers, but would like other deluxe “oh so good” yummy Fair Cuisine, where can it be found? The Water Street Food Concession Row open Wednesday through Sunday. All the Concessionaires that set up business during Lakefair on Water Street are non-profit organizations; Lakefair is the biggest fundraiser of the year for some of these organizations. This provides funds that are passed back into your local community for
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Lakefair attendees tantalize their tastebuds with a wide variety of food options during the 2009 Lakefair celebration.
scholarships, special projects, and other good community work. Your neighbor may just serve that delicious BBQ beef sandwich, Canadian
Jumbo Hot Dog or Elephant Ear up. There will be a mix of foods to tantalize your taste buds. Yummy, so many good things to enjoy!
Recycling - As Precious As Gold PUBLIC AREA RECYCLING JULY 14 - 18
Recycle During the Parade
Recycling sponsored by the City of Olympia, Thurston County, Washington State Department of Ecology, and Lakefair
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Table of Contents Support Nonprofit Food Vendors. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page 2 Lakefair President's Message. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page 4 Capital Lakefair Sponsors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page 5 Capital Lakefair Patrons . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page 6 Navy Cutterr . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page 7 Les Schwab Kit Car Race . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page 8 Capital Lakefair Vendor List . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page 9 2009 Lakefair Queen Message . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page 10 Capital Lakefair Scholarship Program . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page 10 2010 Queen Candidates . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page 11 Salute to Past Royalty . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Page 12 & 13
TCTV Air dates Thurston County Television will air the following Lakefair events:
Lakefair Queen’s Coronation 2010 Thursday, July 15 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Saturday, July 17. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Wednesday, July 21 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Saturday, July 24. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Monday, July 26 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Saturday, July 31. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
7 p.m. 8 p.m. 12 p.m. 7 p.m. 2 p.m. 4 p.m.
Broadcasting brought to you by:
Nondiscrimination Statementt . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page 14 Bruce Titus Showcase Schedule . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page 14 Lakefair Calendar of Events . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page 15 Lakefair and Your Pets. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page 15 Lakefair Carnival Rides. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page 16 Jeep Patrol . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page 17 Lakefair Logo Design . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page 18 Square Dancing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page 18 Car Show . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page 18 Grand Marshals 2009. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page 18 Downtown Olympia. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page 19 Sports Activities. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page 20 Intercity Transit Service. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page 20 Lakefair Fireworks. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page 22
Lakefair Grand Parade
Sponsored By The Washington Lottery Saturday, July 17. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Sunday, July 18 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Saturday, July 24. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Wednesday, July 28 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Sunday, Aug. 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Saturday, Aug. 7 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5 p.m. 9 p.m. 4 p.m. 12 p.m. 3:30 p.m. 7 p.m.
Both programs will air on TCTV Channel 3 on the Comcast Cable System in Thurston County.
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A Message from the President For the past 53 years, LAKEFAIR VOLUNTEER’S in our community have worked hard to put on the Capital Lakefair Festival. Their goal has always been to GIVE TO the community a week full of activities designed to appeal to the majority of Thurston County citizens – fireworks, a parade, a scholarship pageant, entertainment, carnival rides and a variety of concessions that support many local non-profit groups. Giving back to; and benefiting the community in many ways is why Lakefair continues to exist. In addition to the many community programs that already benefit from Lakefair activities; Lakefair is always looking for new ways to help. For instance, last year First Lady Serry Barnes and Lakefair created a “Share a Bear” program. The goal was to raise enough funds to donate 1000 teddy bears to various organizations in the community. The results of that program were as follows: 1140 teddy bears went to 29 organizations in Thurston County including the Washington State Patrol, police departments, fire districts and departments, and hospitals including Mary Bridge Children’s Hospital. In 2010 Lakefair will join forces with the LITTLE RED SCHOOL HOUSE PROGRAM with its efforts to raise school supplies, backpacks and other items for children who would otherwise go without. Lakefair continues to be committed to working with state and city officials to resolve site issues and ongoing cost issues and, in the process, protect the ability of the local non-profits to continue to raise
funds. In 2009, twenty local non-profit organizations shared in over two-hundred thousand dollars generated by food booth sales. Not only are they an integral part of the glue that bonds the community together, the work of many of them helps support the community so that the burden does not fall on the city and county. The money these local non-profit groups raise stays in Thurston County and help these groups serve citizens in need.
Bob Barnes President
In short, this is a festival that provides much enjoyment, benefits local non-profits and businesses, brings people together and brings money into city coffers. We hope it can continue into the next 50 years and beyond. We want to be allies with the state and city in bringing the community together – not adversaries in tearing apart one of its longest traditions. We owe the people of this community no less than our best efforts to make sure this festival – their festival – remains part of the fabric long into the future. Bob Barnes, President, Capital Lakefair 2010
1st Vice President
2nd Vice President
Board of Directors
Three-Year Term Spike Millman Jim Plankers Carole Richards Jeff Hunt Allen Robbins Robin Barnes
Capitalarians p George Carle Terri Cardwell Jon Cox *Jack Coyne Mark Fraire Don Gibson Sandy Gibson Jacquelyn Guyer *Ed Hayes *Karen Hayes Molly Roe Howell *Dee Hopper Irene Jarrett Scott Johnson Patty Longnecker Terry Lyon
Larrel Okeefe Jerry Pease Pete Pease Barbara Pease Kyle Planers Jim Plankers Christine Lambert Rice Carole Richards RD Richards Allen Robbins Joyce Rommel Dan Sanders Bruce Schultz Robert Selene Bob Terhune Earl Thompson Larry Watkinson Kathy Watkinson
Honorary Capitalarians p *Sandra Anderson *Ben Bean Jon Bryant *Nancy Burri Bob Campbell Larry Conner Evelyn y Coyne y
Kent Farringer Jack Glasco *Tom Hanson *Dale Hume *Lisa Marsh Eldon Marshall *Steve Masini *Jan Meyers Jenny Mills *Ray Morrison Ted Nelson Gary Norton *Gil Olson *Dick Parrett Tom Parrett Cliff Pennell Rich Rydman Don Sampson Lloyd Sell *Ron Walters VJ Warren Dan Zech
Friends & Volunteers Mike Brewer Jake Broeker Cathyy Butler
Tom Pipkins Leticia Dean Dennis Boone Jerry Farmer Joyce Gillie Caroline Grimm Gus Gustafson Brett Hardcastle Denise Hardcastle Randy Harris Tim Koehler Larry Kessel John & Donna Lindstrom Denise Mulholland Steve Neilson Sharon Smorynski Jim solomon Michael Tabil Earle Thompson Dan Varneck Mike Watkinson
In Memory of David Skramstad George Prescott Ralph Conner *Palmer Berg Sandy Boyle
Jim Burri Walt Carlson *Fred Delore Chuck Dunn Bob Greenhouse *Chuck Healy Bill Herrington *Carl Hollander Ralph Kerslake Ellen Marsh *Dave Shinn Cliff Stiltz Kip Stiltz Jess Terhune Rex Tipton *George Yantis Milt Bosell Wes Estes *Tom Mackin Ggary Uffer Bob Woodard Dick Swanson Hartley Kruger * denotes past presidents
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2010 Capital Lakefair Sponsors Diamond Sponsors:
L&E BOTTLING COMPANY, INC.
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2010 Capital Lakefair Patrons Emerald Harborstone Credit Union Obee Credit Union Great Wolf Lodge
Gold NW Harley Davidson US Bank Capital Plumbing & Heating Hannah’s Bar & Grill The Valley Athletic Club Tumwater Automotive Tumwater Auto Spa Timberland Bank Lucky Eagle Casino Squaxin Island Tribe Frost & Company
Silver Brewery City Pizza Capital Development Company Clarus Eye Centre Connolly Tacon & Meserve South Sound Bank Joseph Y DeJesus, DDS Carole & RD Richards Arirang Oriental market Capital City Stove & Grill Center Hanson Motors
Blue Donald Sampson, DDS Double D Tree Service, LLC Drebick Investments, LLC Dana C. Maher, CPA Ward Lending Group John Forespring, State Farm Characters Corner
Other Crain’s Office Supply Olympia Credit Union Consolidated Electrical Distributors
The annual Lakefair parade draws participants from around the region. The parade will be on Saturday, the 17th and will begin at at 5 p.m.
Supporting Sponsors Austin Charles Salon Capital City Press CD Propane Capital West Limousine Service City of Olympia Colonial Meats Color Graphics Costco Fitzgerald’s Photography Foam and Fabric Outlet Medical Center Pharmacy Olympia Copy & Printing Olympia Yacht Club Pacific Coca-Cola Pepsi – L & E Bottling United Grocers Weddings with Joy Cold Water Creek Port of Olympia Washington State General Administration Salon Fifth Avenue on Capitol Bartells Men Store The Tea Lady Archibald Sisters Audio Northwest The Barn Wagner's Bakery Youngs Market Medicine Creek Winery
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Navy Cutter to be open for tours during Lakefair With its visit to Olympia for Lakefair’s 53rd Anniversary, the U.S. Navy Command Cutter Old Man IV will be celebrating its own 53rd year. The 50-foot wooden cabin cruiser, which serves as the Admiral’s Command Cutter for Navy Region Northwest, arrives at Olympia’s Percival Landing at 1 p.m Thursday, July 15, for a “port visit" during LAKEFAIR WEEKEND. The cutter is available for viewing and open to the public Friday afternoon, as well as Saturday and Sunday. The cutter is the only
vessel of its kind built by Puget Sound Naval Shipyard in Bremerton, WA . It was delivered to the Navy in January 1957, and is the last in a series of command cutters that remain operational. The vessel’s doubleplanked hull is made of Alaskan yellow cedar with natural teak decks. The cabin is constructed of mahogany and fir. The cutter, which weighs 20 tons, is 50 feet long, has a 15-foot beam and 4.5-foot draft and is powered by twin diesel engines. Chief Quartermaster Michael Eaton is from Navy
Command cutter Old Man IV will be open to the public during Lakefair weekend.
Region Northwest and is the Boat Office for this visit. This is Chief Quartermaster Eaton's first visit to Capital Lakefair. Boat Coxswain, Boatswain Mate First Class Jason Seachord Is In charge of the Navy Command Cutter and all of its topside maintenance
and outstanding ship-shape appearance. This is also his first visit to Capital Lakefair. Boat Engineer, Engineman Second Class Bob Cardwell maintains the cutter's twin diesel engines as well as other operational and maintenance duties. This Is his second visit to Capital Lakefair.
2010 Capital Lakefair – Schedule of Events – Military Information Thursday, July 15, 1 p.m. U.S. Navy Command Cutter OLD MAN IV arrives Percival Landing Friday, July 16, 11 a.m. - 3 p.m. U.S. Navy Command Cutter OLD MAN IV open for visiting, Percival Landing
Saturday, July 17, 10 a.m. - 3 p.m. U.S. Navy Command Cutter OLD MAN open for visiting, Percival Landing Sunday, July 18, 10 a.m. - 3 p.m. U.S. Navy Command Cutter OLD MAN IV open for visiting, Percival Landing
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Lakefair Pepsi Kids Day Presented by Church of Living Water & Capital Lakefair FREE EVENT for kids of all ages and their families!
L&E BOTTLING COMPANY, INC.
Sylvester Park, Sat. July 17, 12 - 4 p.m. For more information, please call (360) 943-7344 or visit our web site at www.lakefair.org
• Health & Fitness • Art/Crafts Activities Activities • Entertainment • Face Painting • Music • And much, • Bounce Houses much more!!
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2010 Lakefair Vendor List Site #1: Hatterdashery Site #2: Rick & Pam Designs Site #3: Pinnacle Spine Center Site #4 & 5: Havasu Gifts Site #6 & 7: J & C Enterprises Site #8: Country Blend Site #9: Chiro Health Center Site #10 & 11: Saffron Drop Site #12: Linda Wayne Potography Site #13: Silpa Designs Site #14: Big Ben Indust Site #15: Bay Center Chiropractic Site #16: Gem Haven Site #17 & 18: Indian Arts Site #19: Gideons International Site #20: Creative Link Site #21: Garlic Express Site #22: Harley Exteriors
Site #23: Gonstead Chiropratic Site #24 & 25: JM Reid Site #26 & 27: Air Brush Magician Site #28: Shin Fong Ent. Site #29: Kalp Henna Site #30 & 31: Club Sunglass Site #32: Garlic Lady Site #33: T-Mobile Site #34: Rick Olson Site #35: Cutco Cutlery Site #36 & 37: The Fit Stop Site #38 & 39: Lilly Enterprises Site #40: Paradise Carpets Site #41: Dandrea Chiropractic Site #42 & 43: Krafty Kreations Site #44: Bath Fitter Site #45 & 46: Regal Videos Site #47 & 48: Squint Busters Site #49: Gutter Sentry
Site #50: League of Women Voters Site #51: 360 Chiropractic Site #52: West Coast Vinyl Site #53: My Rustic Garden Site #54: NW Wholesaler Site #55: Masons of Washington Site #56 : Site #57: Neighbor Hood Assoc Site #58 & 59: Un Solo Pueblo Site #60: Harrison Collectables Site #61: Amazing Sheets Site #62: Snagridge Jewelry Site #63: Over the Line Productions Site #64: Evans Glass Site #65: Shasta Image Site #66 : Site #67: Norstar Homes 68 & 69: Peguin Windows
P U G E T S O U N D H E A LT H PA R T N E R S P R E S E N T S
Celebrating Senior Spirit 50+ IN THE PARK
Friday, July 16 from 9am to 2:30pm Heritage Park Live Entertainment! Frolic Tunery, Guitar from 10 to 11am : Entertainment Explosion from 11am to 1pm Off Boulevard from 1 to 2:30pm
Giveaways : Games : Sponsor Booths SPEC1004006
SPONSORS Maxim Homecare Services : Yauger Park Pharmacy : Physicians of Southwest Washington : Providence Hospital Lifeline : Clarus Eye Centre : Home Instead Senior Care Advanced Health Care : Care Medical & Rehabilitation Equipment : The Hampton Alzheimerâ€™s Special Care Center : Garden Courte Memory Care : Assisted Living Options Clare Bridge of Olympia- Brookdale Senior Living : Olympics West Retirement Inn : ResCare Homecare : The Sequoia Assisted Living Community : Woodlawn Funeral Home & Cemetary
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Lakefair Queen 2009 Michelle Santos “Our new Queens of Lakefair 2009… Michelle Santos, Shelby Collins, Rychelle Willis, Liz Jodway and Paula Tilson!” That is what the five of us were hoping to hear, knowing we were, and are, all so deserving of the title. In our discussions prior to the coronation, we were confident that the new Lakefair Queen could easily be any one of us. I, Michelle Santos, feel extremely blessed to have been the one crowned the 52rd Queen for the Capital Lakefair Royalty Scholarship Program. I have lived in Lacey my entire life and finally have an outlet like Lakefair to give back to my community which is what this is all about! As your reigning Queen, I would like to, not only be a strong representative for Capital Lakefair and the Lacey/Olympia/Tumwater community, but also act as a role model to those who are passionate about giving back to their community. Remembering my experiences as a Lakefair Princess, I realize that I have grown immensely as a person. As Princesses of the 2009 court, we have all had the opportunity to meet many unforgettable people from our
communities during the activities that we have participated in through this program. I’d like to thank everyone who has supported me throughout this entire experience. Thank you to the 2008 Court for all of their advice and guidance and, of course the 2009 Royalty Court who are all Queens in my eyes. I’d like to give a special “Thanks!” to the Capital Lakefair Capitalarians, specifically Bob and Serry Barnes whose commitment, hard work and passion for the community has never gone unappreciated or unnoticed. I would also like to thank Peggy Brink who did an outstanding job her first year as the Royalty Scholarship Chairman for Capital Lakefair. She is a wonderful mentor and a “second mother” to the entire court. Last but not least, I would also like to thank my beautiful family and friends who have been unconditionally supportive throughout this entire journey. Michelle Santos, Capital Lakefair Queen 2009 Yours truly, Michelle Santos
Photo by FitzGerald’s Photography
Capital Lakefair Royal Scholarship Progam – 2010 The Capital Lakefair Royalty Scholarship Program is one of the most prestigious and longest running scholarship programs in the local area. The Program began 51 years ago and has provided more than 227 participants with over $200,000 in scholarship funding. Over the years, funding of this program has come from local companies such as Venture Bank, Red Wind Casino, area Lions Clubs, and the Ellen Marsh Memorial Fund. Each scholarship recipient has five years in which to use their scholarship monies and it may be used towards any type of higher education - traditional degree, trade schools or vocational training programs. What does it take to be a participant in this program? The requirements of the program initiated by Lakefair are (1) a fully enrolled junior, (2) a 3.3 cumulative GPA, (3) submit a completed application, (4) submit two letters of recommendation and (5) prepare a 500 word essay. Each participating school may submit a maximum of three qualified candidates. The applications must be postmarked by the second Monday in January. On the
first Saturday in February the candidates are required to participate in an interview format process, with a panel of five independent judges. On the third Saturday in February the top ten candidates (10) will participate in a second interview process with three different independent judges. During this process the applicants also present a three minute speech on a predetermined topic. Once the judges tabulate the results, the top six candidates will become the Capital Lakefair Royalty Court and then become eligible to compete for Capital Lakefair Queen. Each of the top six candidates will receive a $2,000 scholarship. The judging process used in the selection of the Capital Lakefair Queen starts with five new independent judges selected by the Lakefair Royalty Committee Chairperson. These judges cannot be family or friends of any of the candidates, a member of Capital Lakefair, or an employee of any of the participating school districts. These judges, while keeping their identity secret, attend community events and service club meetings at which the Lakefair Royal Court members
participate or speak. Both the community events and speaking engagements each make up 30 percent of the final score. The final phase of judging is a panel interview held the morning of Coronation. A ten-minute interview is followed by a luncheon with the judges. The scores are tabulated and the candidate with the highest total points will become our Capital Lakefair Queen. The Queen receives an additional $2,000 in scholarship funds, for a total of $4,000. In addition to these judging activities the Court participates in many other community projects such as: • Speaking at the Opening Day of Legilature • Olympia Arts Walk • Judging the entries for the Opening Day of boating season • Lacey Park’s Children’s Entertainment Series • Lacy Fun Fair The Program provides an educational opportunity for the participants to learn about issues in our communities and to meet local community leaders. It enhances their public speaking skills and helps prepare them for their adult life.
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Capital Lakefair 2010 Queen Candidates Aleigha Williams
Attends Olympia High School and is the daughter of Lisa Gorman and Ken Leib. Hannah plans to attend a four year college and major in speech pathology, eventually obtaining her Masters Degree.
Attends Black Hills High School and is the Daughter of Chris and Mimi Williams. Aleigha would like to attend a college and then onto Medical School.
Attends Capital High School and is the daughter of Bassam and Verena Coury. Josephine plans to attend Princeton and begin pre-med study specializing in Interventional Radiology. She plans to travel and work in the Boer community in South Africa.
Attends North Thurston High School and is the daughter of Stephen and Barbara Burke. Josepha plans to attend one of three Universities. She will major in either psychology or journalism with a minor in linguistics or perhaps drama.
Attends Tumwater High School and is the daughter of Mikael and Christie Kautsky. Lydia will be attending a four year university, but has not made a decision on which one. She will be majoring in Math.
Attends Timberline High School and is the daughter of Heidi Ruble. Myranda plans to attend a four year college and go into either physical therapy or pre-med.
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A Salute to *Title â€œLady of the Lakeâ€? Majorie Stackhouse - 1958 Milt Bosell - Olympia
Jan Pantier - 1959 Olympia Hartly Kruger
Natalie Riggin - 1960 Olympia Robert Selene
Sally Jo McKinnon - 1961 Olympia George Olson
Tammy Kruger - 1962 North Thurston Gil Olson
Pam Weiks- 1963 Olympia Milt Bosell
Karen HIll - 1964 Olympia Chuck Healy
Linda Kahout - 1965 North Thurston Ben Bean
Sue Kilde - 1966 North Thurston Dale Hume
Christy Monson - 1967 Olympia Jim Swanson
Pam Forbes - 1968 St. Placid Dick Swanson
Diane Broyles - 1969 Olympia Gordon Bruce
Dorothy Frisch - 1970 Olympia George Haskett-
Wanda Tillman - 1971 Tumwater Carl Hollander
Nancy Thorne - 1972 Timberline Jack Glasgo
Wanda Black - 1973 North Thurston Palmer Berg
Linda Faaren - 1974 Olympia Tom Mackin
Cindy Burns - 1975 Olympia Steve Masini
Lisa Michaelson - 1976 North Thurston Dee Hooper
Lori Jean Sundberg - 1977 Tumwater Al Carter
Shannon Jo Horta - 1978 North Thurston Bob Williams
Julie Sherrel - 1979 Tumwater Fred DeLore
Kristal Lynn Taylor - 1980 Tumwater Fred DeLore
Christine Reed - 1981 Tumwater Bob Barnes
Weddings with Joy Salon 5th Avenue on Capitol
Scholarship Sponsors Gold Sponsors: $5,000 - $8,000
Olympia Federal Savings & Loan Red Wind Casino Lisa Ann Hoing - 1982 Tumwater Dave Shinn
Cecilia Carlson - 1983 Tumwater Ray Morrison
Anna Alexander - 1984 Capital V.J. Warren
Bronze Sponsors: $100 - $499 Bavarian Wurst, LLC
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Lakefair Tradition Molly Roe - 1985 Tumwater Bruce Schultz
Julie Brown - 1986 Capital George Yantis
Julie Shilter - 1987 Timberline Dick Parett
Ericka Jackson - 1988 Timberline Edwin Hayes
Inge Schenck - 1989 Tumwater Terry Lyon
Audra Housley - 1990 Timberline Don Sanders
Victoria Smith - 1991 Capital Hellmuth Endler
Jannette Wise - 1992 Timberline Jan Myhr
Colleen Werner - 1993 Olympia Ron Walters
Stephanie Henderson - 1994 Capital Sandra Anderson
Kirsten Olson- 1995 Olympia Konrad Muench
Jami Barber - 1996 Olympia Harvey Childs
Sarah Rood - 1997 River Ridge Brigittra Ender
Nikki Chow - 1998 Olympia Karen Hayes
Natalie Kamieniecki - 1999 Capital Jack Coyne
Sarah Rutledge - 2000 Black Hills Tom Hanson
Beccy Gordon - 2001 River Ridge Dee McDermott
ChloĂŠ Barrett - 2002 Northwest Christian High Nancy Burri
Monique Dugaw - 2003 Capital JoAnne Fields
Hayley Erickson - 2004 Olympia Lisa Marsh
Crystal Wade - 2005 Black Hills Wanda Emmick
Madison Shelton - 2006 Black Hills Larry Watkinson
Maria Noonan - 2007 Tumwater Teri Chmielewski
Kimberly Fogaard - 2008 Capital Bob Barnes
Austin Charles Salon
2009 Reigning Queen, Michelle Santos North Thurston Bob Barnes
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Bruce Titus Showstage at Capital Lake
OPENING DAY Wednesday, July 14 Public Employees Appreciation Day
12-12:30 p.m. . . . . . Opening Day Ceremonies 3:30-5:30 p.m. . . . . . Joe Ty and the Smokin' Aces 6:30w-10 p.m. . . . . . Teen Night with 94.5 KRXY, Battle of the Bands
Coronation Day Thursday, July 15 4-5:30 p.m. . . . . . . . Buddha Magoo Band
6-7:30 p.m. . . . . . . . CORONATION 8-9:45 p.m. . . . . . . . Give Me Some Lovin
Friday, July 16 10 a.m.-3 p.m. . . . . . Senior Days 4:30-6:30 p.m.. . . . . Give Me Some Lovin 6:30-8p.m. . . . . . . . . Slow Roller 8:30-10:30 p.m . . . . Rock City
Parade Day Saturday, July 17 12-1 p.m. . . . . . . . . . Honky Tonk Angels 1:30-2:30 p.m.. . . . . Renegade 3-4 p.m. . . . . . . . . . . Evergreen Country Dancers
4-5 p.m. . . . . . . . . . . Tanglefoot Cloggers 5-6:30 p.m. . . . . . . . Grand Parade 6:30-8:30 p.m.. . . . . Motor Car 9-11 p.m. . . . . . . . . . Freckles Brown
FIREWORKS Are Near! Sunday, July 18 12-3:30 p.m. . . . . . . Rhythm Fire School of Music 4-6 p.m. . . . . . . . . . . Idol on the Lake 6:30-7:30 p.m.. . . . . Paula Maya 8-10 p.m. . . . . . . . . . Billy Farmer & the Diamond Experience 10 p.m.. . . . . . . . . . . Fireworks! Recorded Music
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2010 Lakefair Calendar of Events Wednesday, July 14 val, Food Booths and 11 a.m.-10 p.m., Carnival, Food Booths and Arts & Crafts open on Water Street 6:30-10 p.m., Teen Night — Battle of the Bands
Thursday, July 15 12-10 p.m., Carnival, Food Booths and Arts & Crafts openon Water Street 6:30-7 p.m., Pre-Coronation Show, Main Stage 7-8 p.m., Coronation, Main Stage
Friday, July 16 12 -10 p.m., Carni-
8 a.m.-Noon, Kit Car Races, Capitol Way Arts & Crafts open 8 a.m.-Noon, Lakeon Water Street 10 a.m.-3 p.m., 50’s fair Fun Run, Heritage Park Plus at Main Stage 11 a.m.-3 p.m., OLD 9 a.m.-7 p.m., LakeMAN IV open for fair Volleyball TourVisitors, Percival nament, Capitol CamLanding pus Percival Landing 4-10 p.m., Car Show Pedestrian Gate & Street Dance, 10 a.m.-3 p.m., OLD Marathon Park MAN IV, Open for 7:30-11 p.m., Square Visitors, Percival Landing Dance Weekend, Thurston County Fair 11 a.m.-11 p.m., Grounds Square Dance Weekend, Thurston County Saturday, July 17 Fair Grounds 12-11 p.m., Carnival, 12-4 p.m., Kids Day, Food Booths and Arts Sylvester Park & Crafts open on 5-8 p.m., Grande PaWater Street rade, Capitol Way
Sunday, July 18 12p.m.-12a.m., Carnival, Food Booths and Arts & Crafts open on Water Street 8 a.m.-7 p.m., Lakefair Volleyball Tournament, Capitol Campus 10 a.m.-3 p.m., OLD MAN IV,Open for Visitors, Percival Landing 11 a.m.-11 p.m., Square Dance Weekend, Thurston County Fair Grounds Dusk, FIREWORKS DISPLAY — Capitol Lake, to be accompanied by a soundtrack.
Leave your pets at home As the result of several incidents over the past few years, Capital Lakefair asks that you leave your pets at home this year. The only dogs we would like to see at Capital Lakefair are service dogs. Most animals are not used to lots of people in tight areas and this can cause serious problems. Please leave pets at home.
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While exploring the festivities of Lakefair, don't forget to check out all the exciting rides. Attendees can enjoy a variety of rides from the fast-paced scrambler to the easy-going swings. At night the giant ferris wheel lights up the night sky creating quite the site to see.
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■ A 33-year-old Lacey man jumped to Wednesday nighthis death last at the Red Wind Casino. Jacob M. Born sino around 9:30 came to the cap.m. by transit . He was seen retrieving rewar on surveillance doesn’t appea ds points, but it r said Thurston he was gambling, Count Spokesman Chris y Sheriff’s At 11:13 p.m. Mealy. the man go to witnesses saw of the parking the fourth floor retaining wall garage, climb the and He was prono jump. the scene at 11:36unced dead at Surveillanc p.m. witness report e video confirms s, Mealy said.
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By Megan Ha Nisqually A Roy man Valley died ed la evening after a en b Hotel in Yelm. drunkken Kurt Dexter, 45, was f his brother about 7:40 Dexter’s brothe 0 p.m r called alled and reported his brothe When emerg herr w Dexter was found encyy cr slouch uched ed between two beds. The brothe e’d be about 20 minutr said he’d ater story to severa es, but later l hours The two had been . stayin tayin tel for about a week trying ying See DIED, page ge A1
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quakes and windstorms. The Jeep Patrol volunteers provide free transportation for medical personnel and patients during inclement weather. The patrol also conducts boat ramp safety checks, neighborhood Halloween Patrols, and traffic control at the annual Thanksgiving Food Bank program.
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The Jeep Patrol was organized in 1973 to provide a trained, all-volunteer, fourwheel drive unit supporting the Thurston County Sheriff’s Office in emergencies. The patrol’s mission includes search and rescue and assisting Emergency Services during natural disasters, including floods, earth-
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■ A man report ed the front window of his at and damagedvehicle was shot was driving homeJune 8 while he wood community. to the ClearAround 6:50 Hill Road near p.m. on Bald the man said Blue Hills Road, a his window. BB possibly hit
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Osgood named Lakefair logo design Lakefair Grand by Color Graphics Marshal for 2010 Former Tumwater Mayor Ralph Osgood was first elected to the Tumwater City Council 1990 and then elected Mayor in 1994. After 20 years of service to the citizens and businesses of Tumwater, Ralph chose not to run for reelection last year. Throughout his 20 years as elected life, Ralph thought and acted with a regional approach to issues, always trying to bridge the divide between the jurisdictions of Thurston County. Ralph and his wife Annette represented the City of Tum-
water with respect, professionalism, a positive approach and always with a bit a humor rolled in.
A special thank you goes to Mitchell Erwin of Color Graphics, Inc. for the design
Ralph and Annette want to thank everyone for their wonderful support over the last 20 years and extend a huge thank you to all the volunteers that make Lakefair an excellent community event.
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of the 2010 Lakefair logo. His behind-the-scenes efforts and creative genius are greatly appreciated. You may purchase a pin or shirt with the new 2010 logo at the information booth during Capital Lakefair. T-shirts will sell for $12 and pins for $3. Get them while they last, because quantities are limited.
Car show with cruise Drive your favorite car, truck, motor cycle, hot rod or what have you! On Friday, July 16, the Lakefair Car Show sponsored by Evergreen Direct Credit Union will be held once again at Marathon Park on the west shores of Capitol Lake. The show starts at 5:30 p.m. with awards at 9:15 p.m. Entry fee for the car show is $20 per vehicle. Awards will be presented in over 30 categories. Vehicle staging will be at the south end of Deschutes Parkway, south of Lakeridge
Drive starting at 3:30 p.m. Entrance for the car show is from the south end of Deschutes Parkway ONLY. Entry into the car show area begins at 4:15 p.m. Registration must be received no later than July 8. The Car Show is made possible by volunteers and organizations such as Corvettes de Olympia, Thurston County Sheriff's Jeep Patrol and Church of the Living Water. For more information call Capital Lakefair Office at 360 943-7344 or go to www. lakefair.org/carshow.htm
Square dancing offered at fairgrounds for 8th year
For all you square dancers and spectators. For the eighth year, Lakefair-goers can enjoy square dancing at the Thurston County Fairgrounds. There will be more than 400 square dancers from around the country â€“ camping is available on site. This is a chance to hear callers Mike Sikorsky from Mesa, Ariz., and Dan Preedy, from
Spokane, Wash. Tami Helms is the featured Cuer. Dances start 7:30 p.m. Friday, July 16 and 10 a.m. Saturday, July 17. On Sunday beginning at 10 a.m. will be the Trail Out Dance. For information, call Gary Harder at 360-943-3218 or Dave Kalar at 360-4918609. Lesson information is available at the dance.
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Lakefair Summer Sidewalk Sale
July 14 - 18, 2010
Capital Lakefair and the Olympia Downtown Association are holding a Lakefair Summer Sidewalk Sale! This new event combines the entertainment of Lakefair with the charm and fun of downtown Olympia! This is a great opportunity to support our unique local merchants, shop for some great deals and enjoy downtown Olympia during Capital Lakefair.
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SPORTS ACTIVITIES 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. Friday, July 17 through Sunday, July 19 Lakefair Volleyball Tournament, Capitol Campus in Olympia, volleyball has been a summer tradition for 30 years. The tournament is held during the Capital Lakefair Community Festival. The tournament is open to everyone. Entry fee for a team is $40 if signed up by Wednesday, July 15 and $50 after July 15 or on day of the event.
For more information, call Ann Marie Flynn at 360-493-6002 Ext. 103.
8 a.m. Saturday, July 18 The 33rd Annual Lakefair Fun Run, begins at the Heritage Park This annual 8k and 3k fun run/walk is open to all. For more information, call Jerry Miller, 360-709-0572 or visit www.lakefair.org click on schedule of events and link to Fun Run.
â€œOne bus takes a lot of cars oďŹ€ the road. Riding the bus makes me feel like Iâ€™m doing my part.â€? Katisha Conner Olympia, WA
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INTERCITY TRANSIT Take the bus to Lakefair and skip the traffic hassles! Your traffic and parking worries for Lakefairr are over! Intercity Transitâ€™s regular, friendly bus service goes to and from Lakefair events from Olympia, Lacey, Tumwater and Yelm â€“ all day long! Event organizers encourage you to take Intercity Transit to all Lakefair events â€“ itâ€™s reliable, convenient and drops you off just a short walk from the festivities and the parade route. Fares are $2 for an all-day pass and $1 for a single ride. Children 5 and underr ride free. For detailed schedules or a customized trip plan, call Customer Service at 360-786-1881 or visitt intercitytransit.com
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You’re Our Neighbors, Colleagues and Friends. And Our Reason to Come to Work Every Morning!
Thank You, Public Employees! WSECU is the proud sponsor of Public Employees Day at Capital Lakefair on Wednesday July 14th.
Proud Co-Sponsor of the 2010 Lakefair Firework Display
Seven Thurston County branches and online access anytime at wsecu.org
Where do I take my .....?
Find out on www.WhereDoITakeMy.org! Recycling and Reuse locations, options and opportunities for the South Sound.
You’ll be amazed at how many items you can donate, sell or recycle in Thurston County. Save money and the environment! Also visit our reuse site at www.2good2toss.com. The site is free to use and all items are $200 or less. THURSTON COUNTY SOLID WASTE 360-867-2491 • thurstonsolidwaste.org
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Lakefair Fireworks Capital Lakefair is proud to bring you the 2010 Grand Finale Fireworks show starting at 10 p.m. Sunday, July 18. Every year, Lakefair organizers say that each yearâ€™s fireworks display will be the biggest and best ever. In 2010, this will be more true, thanks to the generous sponsorship from BUDWEISER and AMERICAN PUMP AND ELECTRIC. This is one display you wonâ€™t want to miss. Capital Lakefair continues to work with the State of Washington, City of Olympia and Olympia City Fire Marshal to ensure that, in 2010 and into the future, there will be a place along the shores of Capitol Lake for staging the Lakefair festival and fireworks. As long as there is a Capital Lakefair Celebration there will be a fireworks display along the shores of Capitol Lake. The much-anticipated 2010 Grand Finale Fireworks Show will again excite our citizens and visitors from near and far. The show is designed and written for its entertainment value. The show utilizes a wide variety of colors and effects including component shells, patterns, long duration, color changing, crackling palms, flitters, gorgeous giant display candles in fanned and crisscross effects, fanned multishot barrages and a shell list unequaled in colors and effects to provide the ultimate in fireworks entertainment.
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TEEN NIGHT FREE
At Capital Lakefair
Battle of the Bands
Student ASB/ID Required
Wed. July 14 6:30 - 10 pm
Opening Night of Lakefair on the Main Stage
1st Place Band wins a: $500 Visa Gift Card
GREAT FAMILY CARNIVAL FUN AT
53rd Annual Capital Lakefair July 14 - 18, 2010 Capital Lake • Olympia, USA This coupon and $15.00 entitles you to
Rides or Games May be used in any combination
GOOD ALL DAY WED. JULY 14, 2010 ONLY
DAILY SCHEDULE Wednesday Opening Day! 7 Rides or Games for $15.00. Any Rides For All Ages. Coupons sold until 6 p.m. Good all day Wed. July 14, 2010 only.
Thursday Pay One Price — $25.00: price includes unlimited rides, $1.00 off at any Funtastic Carnival Food Stand and 4 game tickets (some games take more than 1 ticket). Good between 12 Noon and 10 p.m. Sold between 12 Noon and 8:30 p.m.
Friday, Saturday and Sunday Regular ride coupon pricing!
PLUS ANY AMUSEMENT TAX IF APPLICABLE. Newfangled fun at old-fashioned prices. Redeemable at Ticket Boxes. Cash Value 1/20 of 1¢
Published on Jun 30, 2010