The winners of the 28th annual Great Olympic Peninsula Duck Derby

PORT ANGELES — The 28th annual Great Olympic Peninsula Duck Derby winners are:

1. Wilder 2017 Toyota Corolla — Daniel Thompson of Port Angeles

2. $1,000 in cash from 7 Cedars Casino — Herb Rusell of Port Angeles

3. $500 in cash from 7 Cedars Casino — Bill Jackson (Baxter Auto Parts) of Port Angeles

4. $100 gift card to Amazon — LabCorp

5. $200 gift card to Washburn’s General Store — Sande Balch of Port Angeles

6. $150 gift card to Mobuilt RV — Sequim Auto Clinic employee

7. $150 gift card to Forks Outfitters — Lynn Logelin of Port Angeles

8. Victoria trip for two — Wendy Hoffman of Port Angeles

9. Five cases of Bedford’s local sodas — Bill Kintner of Port Angeles

10. $100 gift card to Bella Italia — Ken Monds of Port Angeles

11. $100 gift card to Thomas Building Center — Suzanne DeBey of Port Angeles

12. Dinner for two at LD’s Woodfire Grill — Holly Grice of Port Angeles

13. $100 gift card to Baskin Robbins — Applebee’s Sequim

14. $100 gift card to Double Eagle Steak &Seafood or Stymie’s Bar – Grill Good Impressions — Dry Cleaners &Laundry of Sequim

15. $100 gift card to Starbucks — Les Schwab Tires of Port Angeles

16. $100 gift card to J.C. Penney — Todd Haworth of Port Angeles

17. $100 gift card to Safeway — Gene Unger of Port Angeles

18. $100 gift card to Over the Fence — Burton Flooring of Port Angeles

19. $100 gift card to Swain’s General Store — Westport employee

20. $100 gift card to Applebee’s — Larry &Tuyla Luke of Sequim

21. $100 worth of gasoline at Bob’s Chevron — John Frichette of Port Angeles

22. $100 worth of gasoline at Lovell’s Roadrunner 76 — Esther Eagle of Port Angeles

23. $100 gift card to Sears — Sullivan Healthcare Consulting

24. Pedicure &manicure with Laurie Rinehart &5 Tan Sessions — Matt Coates.

25. $100 gift card to Fiesta Jalisco — Pam Lockhart of Port Angeles

26. $75 gift card to Doodlebugs — Mike Baker of Port Angeles

27. $75 gift card to Emerald NW Grill &Public House — Kay Hermann of Port Angeles

28. 28th Duck Race Anniversary Prize — Rose Symonds of Port Angeles

29. $50 gift card to Auto Zone — Todd &Mary Irwin of Port Angeles

30. $50 gift card to Napa Auto Parts — Renee Borde of Port Angeles

31. $50 gift card to That Takes the Cake — JoAnne Crawford of Port Angeles

32. $50 gift card to H2O Waterfront Bistro — Richard Hixson of Chewelah

33. $50 gift card to Chestnut Cottage — Mike &Carrie Wait of Port Angeles

34. $50 gift card to Jim’s Pharmacy — Roger &Maura Oakes of Port Angeles

35. $50 gift card for Jose Famous Salsa — Bud Chittick

36. $50 gift card to Sequim Auto Parts — Carl Batton of Port Angeles

37. $50 gift card to Angeles Millwork &Lumber Company — Josh Bergesen of Port Angeles

38. $50 gift card to Hartnagel Building Supply — Matthew Mitchell of Burely

39. $50 gift card to Chestnut Cottage — Vision Landscape employee

40. $50 gift card to Home Depot — John Coromer of Port Angeles

41. $50 gift card to Next Door Gastropub — Gary Wall of Port Angeles

42. $50 gift card to The Oak Table — Kelli Shewey of Sequim

43. $50 gift card to La Belle Creperie — Adele Kelly of Clallam Bay

44. $50 gift card to Black Bear Diner —Ed Sumpter of Sequim

45. Cash from Seven Cedars Casino — Daniel Shea of Port Angeles

Very Important Duck winners

1.$500 Hermann Brothers

2. $250 Sound Community Bank

3. $100 Sunburst Builders

Kids Race winners

1. Autumn Wilson-Rowland

2. Hayley Johnson

3. Madelyn Pickens

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