Duck Derby winners

PORT ANGELES — Thirty-three people won prizes in the 33rd annual Duck Derby while three were winners in the Very Important Duck Race on Sunday.

They are:

Main event

1. Tracy Bloom, 2022 Toyota Corolla donated by Wilder Toyota.

2. Joan Antolock, $1,000 cash donated by 7 Cedars Casino.

3. Alan Slind, a stay of up to five nights at the Inn at Otter Crest on the Oregon Coast donated by Stephen and Marjorie Stetson.

4. Harry and Mary Hebert, box seats for a Port Angeles Lefties Game, donated by Matt Acker.

5. Craig Fulton, $250 sunglasses gift certificate Bec’s Specs.

6. Dianne Hood, four cases of Bedford’s Local Sodas valued at $200, donated by Ed Bedford.

7. Chelea Alwine, $100 gift certificate, Safeway.

8. Jane Henshaw, $100 cash donated by 7 Cedars Casino.

9. Randy Sexton, $100 gift card, The Rail.

10. Kyle Gray, $100 gift certificate, Bella Italia Restaurant.

11. Cara-Sue Betts, $100 gift certificate, LD’s 929 Woofdire Grill.

12. Abram family, $100 gift certificate, Shirley’s Cafe.

13. Nicole Rixon, $100 gift card Starbucks.

14. Bill Rineharrt, $100 of gasoline, Lovell’s Roadrunner Shell.

15. Rickki Jo Parris, $100 Amazon gift card.

16. Gertha Davis, $100 gift certificate, Over the Fence.

17. David and Heather Coan, $100 gift certificate, Home Depot.

18. Craig Osterberg, $100 Safeway gift card.

19. Jesse Major, $50 Swain’s General Store gift certificate.

20. Randy Curry, $50 Starbucks gift card.

21. Dorothy Barker, $50 Swain’s General Store gift certificate.

22. Maureen Lucey, $50 Fiesta Jalisco gift certificate.

23. Jim Haguewood, $50 Mariner Cafe gift certificate.

24. Bernie Flores, $50 Fiesta Jalisco gift certificate.

25. PA Grocery Outlet, $50 Applebee’s gift certificate.

26. Mt. Pleasant IGS, $50 Applebee’s gift certificate.

27. Dr. Tony Jensen, $50 Jose’s Famous Salsa House gift certificate.

28. Joanna Bear, $50 Jose’s Famous Salsa House gift certificate.

29. Margot Conway, $50 That Takes the Cake gift certificate.

30. Chris Spisak, $50 That Takes the Cake gift certificate.

31. Rod Woods, $50 The Oak Table gift certificate.

32. Kim Romberg, $50 The Oak Table gift certificate.

33. Robert Fabish, 33rd anniversary prize, $250 cash, 7 Cedars Casino.


1. Andy Callis, $600.

2. First Federal, $300.

3. Jim Leskinovitch, $150.

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