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Sequim Irrigation Festival 2018

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★ Carnival ★ Hot Rods & Harleys Show ★ Strongman Showdown ★ Fun Run ★ Logging Show ★ Grand Parade ★ Fireworks For additional events and activities, information and more, visit www.IrrigationFestival.com


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The 123rd Sequim Irrigation Festival them is “123 Come to Sequim with Me”

As Washington’s longest, continuous festival, we are continually working on ways to keep this local celebration exciting. “Crazy Callen” Weekend’s Family Fun Day, which started in 2014, proved to be very successful and has continued to grow in 2018. This first weekend of the festival starts with the Crazy Daze Breakfast Friday morning and continues with the First Friday Art Walk, which now provides a patron preview at the Innovative Arts and Crafts Fair. The Family Fun Day, Kids Parade and Driftwood Show round out the weekend. The Logging Show continues on Saturday along with the Fun Run, Hot Rods & Harleys Car Cruz and Show ‘n Shine, and the best parade on the peninsula: The Grand Parade. As citizens of this amazing city, we invite you to experience the wonderful opportunities of our small town and celebrate with us during the first two weeks of May. An event of this magnitude is made possible because of the endless hard work of the festival board of directors, the countless volunteer hours by individuals and local service clubs, the businesses that recognize the value of community service and continuous support of our sponsors. This recipe of team work truly makes this a “hometown” community event. Don’t forget to pick up a memento of your time enjoying the festival. We have pins,buttons,note cards, T shirts and sweatshirts to help you remember your time in Sequim. Festival merchandise is available at many of our events, the Sequim-Dungeness Valley Chamber of Commerce and Grocery Outlet. Let the festivities begin! Deon Kapetan, Sequim Irrigation Festival Director

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Welcome to the Sequim Irrigation Festival, the longest continuous running festival in the state of Washington. The festival is a treasured event in our community and is a popular tourism event; from its very beginning drawing visitors from afar to celebrate the irrigation ditches that turned an arid valley into fertile farmland. Starting in 1896, the community chose to commemorate this achievement by inviting neighbors from as far away as Port Angeles and Port Townsend to gather together, share food and fun, and relishing in this innovative accomplishment. The world and Sequim have changed a lot since then, but gathering the community together and inviting others to join the celebration is still an inherent part of the fabric of Sequim. The festival shines a bright spotlight on the City of Sequim with award winning floats, a dedicated royal court, and recognition as the Northwest’s “Best Small Town Celebration”. On behalf of the City Council, I would like to thank the tireless community volunteers and local sponsors that keep this event going year after year. We appreciate all of their hard work and energy. Festival organizers have planned a full week of fun activities for the entire family. We hope you are able to take part in all of the excitement! Dennis Smith, Mayor City of Sequim

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The 123rd Irrigation Festival is just around the corner and I can’t wait to see you all there! The 2018 Royal court is comprised of Princess Eden, Princess Gabi, Princess Grace, and myself Queen Erin. We cannot wait to see you all at the celebration of our cherished town’s history and community. Not only do we have the longest running festival in the lovely (though sometimes stormy) state of Washington, but some pretty amazing Royal Ambassadors for our community! We hope that you will join us at the many events for family and friends from May 4th-13th including but not limited to the Logging Show, Family Fun days, the Innovative Arts and Crafts Fair, and of course, the Grand Parade! Though it may seem like the Irrigation Festival contains countless moments of excitement, the Carnival is coming to town! Grab a friend and enjoy hours of rides, games, and fun! Though there are so many amazing activities to enjoy, my favorite part of the Irrigation Festival is participating in the annual Operetta and bringing joy to our audiences. This year is no different, Princess Gabi and I are happy to be a part of the Sequim High School Operetta Club’s production of “How to Succeed in Business Without Really trying.” It takes a lot of time to make a Festival run so smoothly and beautifully. I cannot thank everyone who has been involved in the Irrigation Festival enough for their hard work and dedication. The Princesses and I are so excited to see you and have fun with you all this year! Queen Erin 842094820

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Logo Designer Laura Friedkin was the winner of the logo design contest with her design for the 2018 theme of “123 Come to Sequim with Me.” Friedkin has more than 20 years experience in graphic design, taking her natural art skills and putting them to use as an assistant to an art director and then as a graphic designer working on packaging design. In Sequim, she has continued to hone her artistic talents and enjoys spending time working on design, photography, painting, beading and other crafts. Friedkin was the designer of the logo design for eight previous Irrigation Festival themes. She and her husband spend their time enjoying the natural beauty of Sequim and the surrounding area, hiking, walking the beaches and photographing the natural splendor of the Olympic Peninsula. Friedkin enjoys the small-town warmth of Sequim and the rich traditions of the community and she looks forward to being a part of the 123rd Irrigation Festival and all of its many activities.

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Each year the Sequim Irrigation Festival creates a special limited edition cachet envelope that includes the festival logo. This year the cost of the cancelled envelope is $5.00 per envelope. The Postmaster will be at the Innovative Arts and Crafts Fair on Saturday, May 5, from 1-3 p.m. to cancel the envelope for you. If you can’t make it to the Arts and Crafts Fair, the envelopes can be purchased at the post office from May 7-31. Sound Publishing Inc. 147 W. Washington St., Sequim, WA 98382 Phone: (360) 683-3311 • FAX: (360) 683-6670 “Sequim Irrigation Festival 2018” is a special section of the Sequim Gazette. © 2018 by Sound Publishing Co. LLC.

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Grand Pioneers Don Ellis

Don Ellis, 84, has lived in Sequim his whole life. The Jamestown S’Klallam Tribal elder said he’s seen a lot of parades for the Irrigation Festival but he’s not used to being under the limelight like this. When he rides in the Grand Parade on May 12 as a grand pioneer, Don says “it’ll be quite the day.” “My family is really excited,” he said. “My folks will be looking down with a smile.” Don was born in Dungeness to Matt, a salesman, and Rachel Ellis, a homemaker. Matt sold farm equipment at the Clallam Co-op before becoming a car salesman in Port Angeles and lastly a real estate agent in Port Townsend prior to retirement. “Dad was a salesman at heart,” Don said. Don has one brother and three sisters with all but one living in Sequim today. He fondly remembers his time at the Dungeness Schoolhouse and graduating from Sequim High School in 1952. When he wasn’t in school, Don said he milked 55 cows and worked on the family farm. After graduation, he was drafted into the U.S. Army and served in Korea with the 25th Infantry for two years. When back stateside, he married and had four

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In his years here, he’s become a life member of the Sequim VFW, and served as charter member of the Sequim Elks Club, Foot Printers Chapter 74, Fraternal Order of Eagles in Port Angeles, and as a member of the Korean War Veterans Chapter 310. Don says he also loves to hunt and fish and he’s spent a lot of time fishing in fresh and salt water. Now he just enjoys kicking back and fishing occasionally. Over the years, the Irrigation Festival has meant a lot to him. When his dad worked for the Clallam Co-Op, Don remembers being able to drive a FarmAll cub tractor in the parade. He also remembers pushing a wagon with a buddy picking up after the horses. This year marks the third year Don has ridden in the parade after back-to-back years riding on floats honoring fellow veterans. “It’s nice of the pioneers to have me as a grand pioneer,” Don said. “I appreciate them choosing me.” Sequim in 1922 where Ernest became Clallam County’s first licensed mortician and built Sequim Valley Chapel. Wilma Rhodefer Johnson Wilma’s parents Bill and Clara Rhodefer were Wilma Rhodefer Johnson, 85, is a fourth generation Sequimite, who says it’s an honor to be married there, she said, and later Wilma was born on West Sequim Bay Road. She went on to graduate recognized as a grand pioneer. “I think my family has been an active part of from Sequim High in 1950 and fondly remembers the community for all these years, so it’s nice to being one of three cheerleaders that school year too. She’s lived in Sequim most of her life aside have the recognition,” she said. “It’s not for me. from six years in Concrete when her husband Dan It’s for them.” Wilma’s great-grandfather John Perdue Tiller Johnson logged there. They moved back to Sequim settled in Sequim in 1897 as a blacksmith along after six years and Dan started the road clearing the Dungeness River near the current Dungeness business Dan Dee Construction. The couple met while Wilma worked at the ClalFish Hatchery. Her grandparents (Wilma’s mother Clara’s lam Co-Op and they later married in 1956. Dan and parents) Ernest and Bertha Sprague moved to Wilma would have three children who all went to

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Honorary Pioneers Ross Hamilton

Whether on a post card or a print, it’s likely you’ve seen Ross Hamilton’s work. The 75-year-old photographer continues to share his gift through instructional series and his annual “Olympic Peninsula” calendar despite losing his vision in 2000. Ross comes from a long-line of Hamiltons in Sequim with his great-grandfather William Hamilton settling here in the 1880s and his father Oliver Hamilton serving as Sequim’s mayor.

His dad once served as a grand pioneer and Ross as grand marshal too. Ross said he’s naturally an introvert but he finds it interesting how God continues to put him in positions with people. “It’s an honor,” Ross said of his role as honorary pioneer. “I’ve learned to really appreciate and love people and their beauty.” Ross grew up in Burbank, California, and followed his parents to the Sequim area in 1969 after graduating from UCLA with a Master’s in marketing. While building a name for himself in photography, Ross worked in retail, first at the People’s Store in Port Angeles and then about 20 years between continued page 10

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The Sequim Irrigation Festival celebrates the work that D.R. “Crazy” Callen and his partners did to design and develop the Irrigation Ditches that brought water from the Dungeness River to the parched prairie. The first headgate on the Dungeness River was lifted on May 1, 1895. On May 1, 1896 the first celebration took place at Crazy Callen’s farm. This was the start of a tradition that would become the oldest continuing festival in Washington state.

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Bringing irrigation from the Dungeness River to the brown and parched prairie began as a dream of four pioneer settlers who were visionaries of their time. D.R. Callen had moved to Sequim from an irrigated area in Colorado and he convinced James R. Grant, H. Hucksford and Captain Thomas Jones that “water was wealth.” Together they set out to persuade their neighbors to go along with the idea. The skeptics called them “crazy” and said that water could not be made to run uphill; but there were those who believed. On July 20, 1895, a group of about 20 people held the first meeting of the Prairie Ditch. Incorporation papers were signed Nov. 18, 1895, and the hardy pioneers worked all winter long building the ditch and flume. Money was scarce and the surveyor was paid partly in potatoes. Everyone gave what they could and the women cooked for the workers. Even the children helped by carrying water, running errands and tromping clay into the gravel. Finally, the following spring it was time for the “big day.” On May 1, 1896, the residents of the Dungeness Valley and surrounding communities came by wagon, on horseback and on foot to witness the opening of the headgate for the first time. Edgar B. Wicklander in “The Grants of Sequim Prairie,” gives a detailed account of that first celebration: (synopsis) “The day dawned fair and warm for May. The Grants arrived at the picnic grounds while the dew was still on the grass. Other families arrived about the same time, driving their wagons from the nearby Sequim prairie settlement. Those from some close farms walked the dry roads. Later in the morning groups arrived from Port Angeles. “The Bicycle Club of Port Townsend chartered a tug boat for the trip to Port Williams. They docked at 11 a.m. and some rode their bicycles to Sequim while others loaded their vehicles into wagons. The shining cycles amazed the young people of Sequim, but the dress of the ‘city folk’ was of interest to everyone. The men dressed in turtle neck sweaters, knickers and caps and the ladies wore

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Since 1950, the Rotary Clubs of Sequim has been responsible for organizing the Irrigation Festival Grand Parade and getting it smoothly down Washington Street. Every year, Rotary members manage the more than 120 parade entries which will drive, motor, roll, and walk along the parade route. The parade follows Washington Street and starts at noon from Dunlap Avenue and finishes at Seventh Avenue. Local residents and visitors will settle into their favorite spots along the parade route to enjoy community fun at it’s best. Thanks to members of the Sequim Rotary for their hard work to make this parade a community classic.

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Grand Marshal Dave McInnes

Dave McInnes continues a family tradition as a festival dignitary. Both his father Doug McInnes and his mother Bonnie Robb McInnes were Grand Pioneers in the Sequim Irrigation Festival. Now Dave, is set to serve as Grand Marshal for the 2018 festival. His family’s time in Sequim dates back to his great, great-uncle Don McInnes settling in the Dungeness area in the 1860’s. His immediate family briefly left the Sequim area but returned when Dave began fourth grade. He went on to graduate from Sequim High in 1980 where he was very active in athletics, drama and ASB before pursuing teaching. Dave holds a Bachelor’s degree from Western Washington University in Special Education K-12, and Elementary Education K-8. He worked three years in California before accepting a job at Sequim Intermediate School in 1989 teaching Integrated fifth grade. Dave went on to teach fifth grade at Greywolf Elementary for 14 years. In his 16 years teaching fifth grade, his students wrote time capsule letters to themselves and he’s

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Sequim Irrigation Festival Royalty 2018 Queen Erin Gordon

Along with attending high school, during Erin’s junior AND senior year, she is going through the running start program through Peninsula College. Her favorite subjects in school are Vocal Ensemble and Science. She currently volunteers weekly at the Port Angeles Olympic Medical Center where she assists people who may be going through some very difficult times. Erin’s hobbies include makeup artistry, singing, acting and playing the piano. She is involved with the Operetta Club, Be the Change Club, the Queer-Straight Alliance and the National Honor Society. She is the founder of the forming…Diversity Club. As a royal, she plans to use diversity as her platform, hoping to educate our community on understanding that each individual is unique and recognizing our differences. Erin’s sponsor is John L. Scott Sequim.

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Having lived in Sequim her entire life, Gracelyn has enjoyed growing up in this small town. She enjoys it all, from hiking the glorious Olympic Mountains with her family to floating the Dungeness River with her friends. Gracelyn has known for a few years that she has a heart to serve others, more specifically through being a pediatric nurse. Because of this, she has decided to take a gap year and travel with an organization to the Pacific Islands or Papua (pop-wa) New Guinea, where she will work with a team of doctors and nurses to bring help and healing to those in need. At a young age Gracelyn discovered her passion for reading and the joy that it gives. It is from this that she chose Read Across America as her platform Gracelyn’s sponsor is Pondicherri Indian Import.

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Amongst Gabi’s busy school schedule, Select Choir and Vocal Ensemble is what she enjoys most. In April, she has the opportunity to travel to New York City for five days and sing at Carnage Hall. Gabi has taught herself to play the guitar, ukulele, banjo, drums, and the bass guitar Eventually, Gabi would like to own a coffee shop with a daycare attached so that when mother’s come to have coffee together, they wouldn’t have to worry about their kids. There would also be a small stagfe to host concerts and karaoke nights. This facilitates her 3 loves, coffee, music and children. Weekly, Gabi volunteers at the Dungeness Community Church’s middle school youth group. During this time, she is able to be a role model for many young girls. This experience has led Gabi to adopt mentoring as her platform. She wants to partner with the Boys and Girls Club to encourage children to fulfill their potential. Gabi’s sponsor is Joyful Noise Music Center.

Princess Eden Batson

Along with being an avid collector of antique books and spoken word artists, if you ask Eden how to cast a rod or bait a hook, she’s your gal. After graduation, Eden plans to get her Registered Nursing Degree where her extensive knowledge of the deaf culture and American Sign Language will definitely be an asset. With her fondness for children, Eden’s platform will be to work through the Boys and Girls Club to arrange a number of dance, art, and music classes for children from lowincome families. Eden looks forward to each day as an adventure and tries to meet as many people along the way to learn something new or just to share a laugh. Eden’s sponsor is Aspire Academy of Expressive Arts.

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Junior Royalty Greywolf Elementary

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Sponsor: Oscar Lopez Painting Teacher: Ms. Nersinger Bio: Sasha is 8 years old and is in Miss Nersinger’s 3rd grade class at Greywolf Elementary. Her mom is Tanya Yada. She loves the outdoors and especially loves to play with her pets. Other interests include riding her bike, jumping on the trampoline, and spending time with friends. She’s an avid reader and just received an award for reading the most books in her class.

Adan McCaughan

Ella Mote, Adan McCaughan, Sasha Yada and Clare Turella. Photo courtesy Keirth Ross

Sponsor: Oscar Lopez Painting Teacher: Mrs. Green Bio: Adan is 8 years old and is in Mrs. Green’s 3rd grade class at Greywolf Elementary. His parents are Ryan and Fani McCaughan. In his spare time he likes playing basketball, football, and playing video games on the Xbox and PlayStation with his brothers and sister. Adan has lived in the area all his life.

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Sponsor: Gateway Mortgage Group Teacher: Mrs. Luengen Bio: Clare is 9 years old and is in Mrs. Luengen’s 3rd grade class at Helen Haller Elementary. Her parents are Steven and Kristi Turella and she has an older sister Libby and brother Ray her dog. She plays basketball, and knows how to play the ukulele. She also enjoys going fishing and creating things, especially forts. Her favorite subjects are library, PE, and STEM where she plays with robots.

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Sponsor: Skin Envy Teacher: Mrs. Luengen Bio: Ella is 9 years old and is in Mrs. Luengen’s 3rd grade class at Helen Haller Elementary. She is the daughter of Jerry and Tiffany Mote. She has two older brothers and a sister. She loves to swim, do gymnastics, and dance. In her spare time she loves to spend time with her dogs, go to the lake, or just be at home with her family.

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2018 Irrigation Festival Events Crazy Callen Weekend May 4-6

Friday, May 4

7 a.m. - 8:00 a.m. — Crazy Daze Breakfast, Sunland Golf & Country Club 5-8 p.m. — First Friday Art Walk, Downtown Sequim 9 a.m-5 p.m. — Olympic Peninsula Art Association (OPPA) Member Show and Sale, Sequim Civic Center 5-8 p.m. — Innovative Arts & Crafts Fair, Civic Center Plaza 7 p.m. — Sequim High School Operetta, “How To Succeed in Business”

Saturday, May 5

9:00 a.m. — Family Fun Day, downtown 9 a.m. - 4 p.m — Driftwood Artists Show, Pioneer Park 9:00 a.m. — Kids Parade - Washington Federal 10 a.m - 4 p.m. — Olympic Peninsula Art Association (OPPA) Member Show and Sale, Sequim Civic Center 1:00 p.m. — Matinee: Sequim High School Operetta, “How To Succeed in Business” 10 a.m. - 5 p.m. — Innovative Arts & Crafts Fair, Civic Plaza 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm — Collector’s Cancellation Stamp at the Innovative Arts and Crafts Fair

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Grand Finale Weekend May 10-13

Thursday, May 10

11 a.m. - 2 p.m. — Sequim Historic Walking Tour, downtown Sequim 5-9 p.m. — Carnival, Sequim High School softball field 7 p.m. — Sequim High School Operetta, “How To Succeed in Business”

Friday, May 11

12-5 p.m. — Golf Tournament, The Cedars at Dungeness 10 a.m. - 10 p.m. — Logging Show, Truck and Tractor Pull 5-11 p.m. — Carnival, SHS softball field 6-8 p.m. — Strongman Showdown 7 p.m. — Sequim High School Operetta, “How To Succeed in Business” 9:30 p.m. — Fireworks, Blake Avenue lot

Saturday, May 12

10 a.m. - 6 p.m. — Logging Show, Truck and Tractor Pull 10 a.m. — Irrigation Festival Fun Run 10:45 a.m. - 4 p.m. — Hot Rods & Harleys Show ’n Cruz Noon — Grand Parade Noon-11 p.m. — Carnival, SHS softball field

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Innovative Arts & Crafts Entertainment Schedule Saturday, May 4

Entertainment Schedulue: 9:30 Kids parade awards 9:45-10 Operetta performance “How to Succeed in Business” 10-10:50 Olympic Peninsula Men’s Chorus 11- 11:50 Olympic Mountain Cloggers 12-1:50 Jim Basnight 2-3:50 Caribe Steel Band 4-4:50 Locos Only Demonstrations: 10-12 CJ Kapetan, “Wood Burning Art” 12:30-2:30 Genaveve Starr, “Recycling product packaging into containers for art” 3-5 Driftwood Sculpting by the Olympic Driftwood Sculptors

Sunday, May 7

Entertainment Schedule: 10-12:50 Jim Basnight Solo 1-2:50 Tyme Pieces 3-3:50 Sequim High School Jazz Ensemble

Photo courtesy Sequim Gazette

Demonstrations: 11-1 Frances Rice, “Sock Pet Friends” 1-3 Brad Griffith – Sequim Community Makerspace presents “They Toy Makers Teacher”

The Irrigation Festival won the 2016 Best Small Town Celebration in Best Northwest Escapes. The Sequim Irrigation Festival is the longest continuous running festival in Washington and this year marks it’s 123Rd year May 4-13. The festival was selected by online votes, a true testament to how much the state loves the festival.

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2018 Irrigation Sponsors

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Queen Erin Gordon, Princess Eden Batson, Princess Gabi Simonson and Princess Gracelyn Hurdlow. Photo courtesy Keith Ross

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