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  • As usual, the Old-Time Fiddle Contest at the Dan Emmett Music & Arts Festival attracted a very talented group of musicians. Rachael Campbell of Utica, 18, turned in an entertaining performance and placed third among nine gifted musicians in the 12-19 age group.  style=

    Fiddle competition highly competitive

    As usual, the Old-Time Fiddle Contest at the Dan Emmett Music & Arts Festival attracted a very talented group of musicians. Rachael Campbell of Utica, 18, turned in an entertaining performance and placed third among nine gifted musicians in the 12-19 age group. (Photo by Bill Amick)

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  • Matt Starr, center, receives the Community Service Leadership Award during the Dan Emmett Music & Arts Festival on Saturday. Presenting the award are Sandy Crow, left, and Pat Crow, festival directors. style=

    Starr, Jurkowitz honored at festival

    Matt Starr, center, receives the Community Service Leadership Award during the Dan Emmett Music & Arts Festival on Saturday. Presenting the award are Sandy Crow, left, and Pat Crow, festival directors. (Photo by Bill Amick)

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  • These cars won the top awards at the Dan Emmett Music & Arts Festival car show Sunday afternoon. The best of show went to the much modified 1957 Chevy Nova owned by Jim Gerhart of Ontario, left. The black 1937 Chevy was the peoples choice. The car is all original and owned by John Balka, Utica. style=

    Top cars at show

    These cars won the top awards at the Dan Emmett Music & Arts Festival car show Sunday afternoon. The best of show went to the much modified 1957 Chevy Nova owned by Jim Gerhart of Ontario, left. The black 1937 Chevy was the peoples choice. The car is all original and owned by John Balka, Utica. (Photo by Virgil Shipley)

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  • Lynn Jurkowitz, right, was presented the Emmett Award at the Dan Emmett Music & Arts Festival on Saturday. Presenting the award are Sandy Crow, left, and Pat Crow, directors of the festival. style=

    Starr, Jurkowitz honored at festival

    Lynn Jurkowitz, right, was presented the Emmett Award at the Dan Emmett Music & Arts Festival on Saturday. Presenting the award are Sandy Crow, left, and Pat Crow, directors of the festival. (Photo by Chuck Martin)

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  • Jonathan Mugler, a member of The Limited Peloton, enjoys the finish with some friends who surprised him for his birthday. From left are Greg Savage, Larry Putman, Mugler, and Terry Krames. Putman and Savage are from Colorado and California, respectively. style=

    Pelotonia riders find warm welcome at Kenyon College

    Jonathan Mugler, a member of The Limited Peloton, enjoys the finish with some friends who surprised him for his birthday. From left are Greg Savage, Larry Putman, Mugler, and Terry Krames. Putman and Savage are from Colorado and California, respectively. (Photo by Rhonda Bletner)

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  • Pelotonia riders cross the finish line at Kenyon College on Saturday. style=

    Pelotonia riders find warm welcome at Kenyon College

    Pelotonia riders cross the finish line at Kenyon College on Saturday. (Photo by Rhonda Bletner)

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  • James “Scoonie” Penn speaks in front of a group at Chapel Hill Golf Course on Saturday. Penn, a 2000 graduate of Ohio State, played basketball for the Buckeyes for two seasons. style=

    Buckeye basketball star speaks in MV

    James “Scoonie” Penn speaks in front of a group at Chapel Hill Golf Course on Saturday. Penn, a 2000 graduate of Ohio State, played basketball for the Buckeyes for two seasons. (Photo by Bill Davis)

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  • Mount Vernon resident Aubrey Kaufman shows off a 2-liter of a leading carbonated beverage after hitting a free throw at the Hoop It Up charity luncheon at Chapel Hill Golf Course on Saturday. style=

    Buckeye basketball star speaks in MV

    Mount Vernon resident Aubrey Kaufman shows off a 2-liter of a leading carbonated beverage after hitting a free throw at the Hoop It Up charity luncheon at Chapel Hill Golf Course on Saturday. (Photo by Bill Davis)

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