A www.peninsuladailynews.com exclusive! Duck Derby winners

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J. D. Logelin of Port Angeles was the first prize winner in the this year’s Duck Derby, winning a 2001 Toyota Truck from Wilder Toyota. Miller Lite won second; Paula Kanters of Port Angeles, third; and Bill Mead of Port Angeles fourth prizes; all cash donated by 7 Cedars Casino, $2,000, $1,500 and $1,000, respectively.

Other winners and their prizes were:

* John Cooke of Neah Bay, two round-trip airline tickets from Horizon Airlines.

* Olympic Bank, Sequim/Port Angeles, $600 in concrete from Blake Sand and Gravel.

* Copycat Graphic of Port Angeles, a casino package from 7 Cedars Casino.

* Bob Di Chiro of North Hollywood, Calif., a $500 gift certificate from Pettit Oil/Union 76.

* Carol Sinton of Port Angeles, a one year membership at the YMCA.

* Earle Thompson of Port Angeles, two nights with meals at Strathcona Hotel in Victoria and ferry costs.

* Loann Linn of Port Angeles, a $200 gift certificate from Forks Thriftway.

* John Fox of Port Angeles, $200 Shilo Lodging Scrip from Shilo Inns.

* Suzette Calleigh of Port Angeles, one year pre-paid legal services, from Dick Kent, Independent Association.

* Bryant Upholstery of Port Angeles, wash and wax for a year from First Race Car Wash.

* Cheryl McCurdy of Port Angeles, an Elwha River trip for four from Olympic Raft and Kayak.

* Ken Hays of Sequim, 500 square feet of sod from Dungeness Turf Farm.

* Marietta Corp. of Port Angeles, golf and a Sunday dinner for two at Dungeness Golf Course/Greenside Grill.

* Scott Hendricks of Port Angeles, a year of lube jobs from Ruddell Auto Mall.

* Harlan Knudson of Sequim four free dinner entrees from Toga’s International Cuisine restaurant.

* Ed and Doris Skinner of Port Angeles, a $100 gift certificate from Angeles Furniture.

* Anna Hill of Port Angeles, a $100 gift certificate from Julie’s Shear Elegance.

* Stacy Store of Port Angeles, a $100 gift certificate from JR’s Painting of Port Angeles.

* Mike Barrett of Port Angeles, a $100 gift certificate from Gross’s Nursery Florist.

* Evelyn Sanford of Sequim, a $100 gift certificate from Gross’s Nursery Florist.

* Loann Linn of Port Angeles, a $100 gift certificate from La Casita Restaurant.

* Robert Donaldson of Sequim, $100 worth of gasoline from Lovell’s Chevron.

* Glenn Lassus of Port Angeles, a one night stay at Miller Tree Inn Bed and Breakfast in Forks.

* Roxi Lewis of Port Angeles, a kayak trip for two from Olympic Raft and Kayak.

* Bill Mead of Port Angeles, a $75 gift certificate from Chestnut Cottage/First Street Haven.

* Olympic Game Farm of Sequim, a round-trip for four to Victoria from Black Ball Transportation.

* Delaney’s Restaurant of Port Angeles, a cordless 14.4 volt drill set from Sequim Sears.

* Ann Reinke of Port Angeles, a $50 gift certificate from Bay Variety.

* Nick Schaefer of Port Angeles, a $50 gift certificate from Bushwhacker restaurant.

* Shaltry Orthodontics of Port Angeles, a $50 gift certificate from C’est Si Bon restaurant.

* Andy Callis of Port Angeles, a $50 gift certificate from Cornerhouse Restaurant.

* Tracy Smith of Port Angeles, a $50 gift certificate from Country Living Store in Forks.

* Tinay Ballard of Port Angeles, a $50 gift certificate from the Port Angeles CrabHouse Restaurant.

* Gervais Zanon of Port Angeles, a $50 gift certificate from the Crystal Pedlar in Sequim.

* Marielae Barrientes of Port Angeles, a $50 gift certificate from Destiny Seafood and Grill.

* Darcie Senz of Port Angeles, a $50 gift certificate from Downriggers restaurant.

* Linda Beasler of Port Angeles, a $50 gift certificate from EZ Pawn Inc.

* Allen McClurg of Port Angeles, a $50 gift certificate from Gordy’s Pizza and Pasta.

* Michelle Childs of Port Angeles, a $50 gift certificate from Joshua’s Restaurant and Lounge.

* West Coast Paper of Port Angeles, a $50 gift certificate from Lloyd George Jewelers, Forks.

* Lisa Huelsdonk of Forks, a $50 gift certificate from Necessities and Temptations.

* Van Brakels of Lake Orion, Mich., a $50 gift certificate from Perry’s Tire and Brake Service.

* Peter Heiser of Sequim, a $50 gift certificate from Salt Creek Market.

* Dan Di Guilio of Port Angeles, a $50 gift certificate from Salt Creek Restaurant and Lounge.

* Independent Association pre-paid legal of Port Angeles, a $50 gift certificate from Siren’s of Port Angeles.

* Nancy O’Brien of Sequim, a $50 gift certificate from Sunrise Car Wash.

* Jim Christiansen of Port Angeles, a $50 gift certificate from Swain’s General Store.

* Arlene Swinford of Sequim, a $50 gift certificate from Tinker’s Tales and Antiques, Forks.

* Marina Tulley of Carlsborg, a $50 gift certificate from Traylor’s restaurant.

* Alberta Margette of Port Angeles, a prime rib dinner for two at Red Ranch restaurant, Sequim.

* Olympic Bank of Sequim/Port Angeles, a round trip for two to Las Vegas from Horizon Air.

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