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$42,000 collected at annual event

Stanley Meier shares a book while visiting with Allison Kelley, Relay for Life grand marshal. The Pilot/Bill Schlichting
  Twelve teams gathered at the Brookings-Harbor High School football field Friday night for an all-night track event.

The relay wasn’t to find the best athlete, but rather to support the real winner of the event – the American Cancer Society.

During the annual Relay for Life, nearly $15,000 was added to the $27,000 the teams raised in the weeks prior to the event.


Curry County Fair: Lots to do and see this year

Newley Sizertsen rides “Disco Dog” during the second go-round of Thursday night’s bullriding competition. The fair continues today (July 11) and Sunday, July 12 in Gold Beach. Photo by Jef Hatch

Hot competition at cookoff

Dori Blodgett proudly shows People’s Choice Award and second-place ribbon Saturday for her chili entry. Photo by Bill Schlichting
Although there were only five cooks who entered the 12th annual Chili Cookoff at the Port of Brookings-Harbor Saturday, the competition was hot and there was no shortage of chili.


Salty Dog Mutt Strut

Bonnie jumps over Richard Leathers’ arm to show her talent. Photo by Arwyn Rice
Molly the Lhasa Apso/ Schnauzer cross, won the Salty Dog Mutt Strut Best of Show last Sunday, but the South Coast Humane Society (SCHS) was the real winner.

Salty Dog owners Tim and Pamela Murray organized the event on the boardwalk at the Port of Brookings Harbor and raised $400 to benefit the SCHS.

Molly, a soft gray heartstealer, won the cutest and best trick categories and was the clear favorite for best in show.



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