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.ugu., VA L L EY N E I/VS "!rc POST-REGISTER BY CHUCK ALLEN editor@ qvPr.com Grant County Fair is next week Fair runs Tuesday to Saturday in free swim day at the MosesLake ~r Quincy Aquatic Center on Saturday, Aug. 6 a success: Many Quincy Valley resi- dents are putting the final touches on their exhibits and getting their animals in shape for the Grant County Fair, which runs Tuesday, Aug. 16 through Saturday, Aug. 20 at the county fairgrounds in Moses Lake. Admission to the fair is $7 for adults, $5 for children 13 to 17 and $2 for children 8 to 12. Children 7 and under are free. Entertainment options in- clude Little Big Town, which will perform in the rodeo arena on Tuesday, Aug. 16 at Courtesy photo The musical group, Little Big Town will perform during the Grant County Fair on Tuesday, Aug. 16 in the rodeo arena, 7 p.m. Tickets start at $20 for the concert. Other performers include Let's Pretend, Destine Norteno, Jerry Harris Hypno- tist, Atlas Robots, Kids Tractor Pull, Marie Manzini-Houdini, Tim Decker - speed painter, One World Taiko Drums, Doug Weyer - Elvis, 4x8 Dancers Senior center news The Quincy Senior Center would like to say thank you to Tanya Molitor for her art- ful displays on our Birthday Board. We love having you here with us. Thursday menu is roast beef, mashed potatoes and gravy, green beans, tossed salad, bread rolls and peach cake. Our Monday bridge winners were: Lorraine Greenwalt, Bushman earns Eagle Carter Bushman was presented with his Eagle Award during a Court of Honor last month. Submitted photo first; Jean Lindberg, second. Wednesday bridge winners were: Alverna Casey, first; Helen Colby, second. Pinochle winners on Thursday were: Billie Schempp, first; Jim Pat- terson, second. Thursday domi- noes winners were: Shirley Eggers, first; Dan Neumann, second. Come and join us, we love to see a full house, you know! "/'he Crazy Quilt Shop & R~reat Cenl:~r P~sents 3RD Annual Crazy For Quilts Show August 26-28, 20:1.:1. Fri - Sat 9AM-6PM Sun 10AM-2PM 104 E Pennsylvania Ave Roslyn, WA 98941 509-649-3777 - Nancy Bronk, Proprietor www.thecrazyquiltshop.com your EVENT entire state! Request a free information kit: )lace one ad this size through powerful network of Call: Newspapers across (509) 787"4511 Wasl~ingt~:~r one fiat price. (Also perfect for job ~stings, real est~-.-~-~ " L~.~~ and more. There will also be thousands Of exhibits, plus games, car- nival rides and plenty of food Vendors. ! Another highlight is the ju- nior livestock auction, which is Saturday, Aug.20 at 1 p.m. Many Quincy youths will be hoping to raise money by selling their project animals to the highest bidder during the auction. For information on the fair, visit www.gcfairgrounds.com. A full exhibitor's guide and schedule of events is available to download on the site. 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