Tlell Fall Fair poster winners announced

  • May. 14, 2007 5:00 a.m.

Submitted by Linda Louis-The Tlell Fall Fair would like to congratulate the winners of the poster contest that took place over spring break. The first place winner Chelsie Humphries of Masset won $25 and her poster will be the cover of the Fall Fair Catalogue; second place went to Alicia Decock of Kamloops who won $15, and, third place, Heidi Richardson of Tlell who won $10. Both of these girls will have their posters placed inside the catalogue.
The music for this year’s fair has been booked. For the younger crowd we have Norman Foote. He has entertained children for many years through his comedy and songs. He has written and recorded for Disney and Shari Lewis, and he was partnered with Paul Hann in “Hann and Foote”. He is a member of the “Roots’n’Shoots” Program and Program. You can catch his interview on May 13 on Global TV Morning News Hour.
For the older crowd we have Canadian Country singer Damian Marshall. He was with the group Alamo before breaking out on his own. He has appeared at the Calgary Stampede and the Merritt Mountain Music Festival. He has had three songs in the top 20, and can be seen on CMT with his current song/video “Built to Last”.
If you are a local entertainer and wish to perform please contact either Tom Hampton or Doug Louis.
If you are thinking of getting a booth this year I am now taking names. You can contact me at 559-8975 and don’t forget if your booth is decorated to our theme “Kids Day At The Fair” you will be eligible to win $100.
We look forward to seeing everyone at our 25th annual Tlell Fair on Aug. 5 at the Tlell Fair Grounds.

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