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SPOKE, Oct 25,

an

OktoLerlest parade

WomeKi o f tke Year

AWARDS Top

right:

1999,

Miss Oktoberfest Jordan of

Bridgett

Tennessee,

was

all

smiles

while signing autographs just

minutes after being crowned, at the Centre in the Square Oct. 7.

(Photo by Lesley Turnbull)

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Anita Brown, a Conestoga College graduate and child-care provider at the Doon campus day-care centre, was named Woman of the Year in the homemaker category for raising 10 children on her own. Her four oldest children are already in college or university and the next two are on their way. Each winner received an right:

engraved silver platter and gifts from the mayors of Cambridge, Kitchener and Waterloo. (Photo by Beverley Grondin)

Bottom

Harry

right:

Wood

played King Ludwig at the castle of the same name on the

corner

of

Charles

and

Frederick streets in Kitchener during Oktoberfest. He was performing a sketch on the origins of Oktoberfest celebrations.

Right:

(Photo by Beverley Grondin)

Amber Ruttan races

the finish line

in

to

the 10th

annual Ziggy’s Oktoberfest Mountain Bike/Cycle race Oct. 1

0.

(Photo by Pamela Hop\«ood)

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1999

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