PHOTO GALLERY: In purple haze for Joyce Daze Wild Blackberry Festival
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The first-place winners in the wild blackberry pie contest, from left, Noah Leonard, 13, of Joyce, in the youth catagory and Tamara Stephens of Portland, Ore., in the adult division, display their winning creations Saturday.
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June Cassell of Forks enjoys a piece of cotton candy while waiting for the Joyce Daze grand parade to begin. Cassell said that at age 84, she wasn't worried about consuming the extra sugar of the airy confection.
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Joyce Daze Wild Blackberry Festival royalty Queen Rebecca Bamer, left, and Princess Caroline Belford wave to the crowd as they make their way down the Grand Parade route on state Highway 112.
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Royalty for the Clallam County Fair, from left, Princess Hannah Gauthun, Princess Hannah Fritz and Queen Mia Steben, march with their float in the Joyce Daze Grand Parade. They will preside over the fair from Aug. 14-17.
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Girl Scout Cookie Queen Jessica Amilot, 11, a member of Troop 40762, carries the Washingon state flag as she marches with other Girl Scouts down the parade route.
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Members of the Strait Air Volkswagen Club take their place in the parade through Joyce.
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Slices of blackberry pie await purchase by Joyce Daze visitors.

Peninsula Daily News

THE 32ND ANNUAL Joyce Daze Wild Blackberry Festival on Saturday served up blackberry pie, live music, a salmon bake and a Grand Parade.

All were invited to celebrate summer's naturally sweet treats, which grow bountifully in the Joyce area, with slices of fresh wild blackberry pie — and perhaps a scoop of vanilla ice cream.

Last modified: August 02. 2014 10:35PM
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