Ward Lumber announces Buck Contest
JAY — Ward Lumber has announced the 20th anniversary of its annual Buck Contest with bigger prizes, more ways to win and a new scoring system.
There are now three ways to win: Biggest Buck, Smallest Buck (new) and Random Drawing. New this year, the Biggest Buck and Smallest Buck winners will be determined by calculating the weight X points. Biggest Buck wins a $250 Ward Lumber gift card and the Smallest Buck a $50 gift card. All other entries are put into a random drawing to win a $100 gift card. All contestants will receive a baseball cap just for entering and no pre-registration is required.
The contest is free and runs through Saturday, December 8. A winner in each category will be selected after December 8. All hunters will be photographed with their bucks for promotional purposes. If you supply and e-mail address at the time of entry, we will e-mail the photo to you.
Enter at Ward Lumber in Jay at 697 Glen Road during business hours Monday through Friday from 7 a.m. until 5 p.m. and Saturday from 8 a.m. until 2 p.m. The store is closed on Sunday.
Marciniak and Christon top finishers in Run For Reading
CADYVILLE — Alex Marciniak was the top-finishing male at 22:56 while Beth Christon was the top female finisher at 26:29 in the three-mile run event of this year’s Run For Reading held at the Cadyville Rec. Park Sept. 23. Andrew MacDougall and Kamissa Kone were the top-two finishers in the one-mile walk. The event was co-sponsored by Literacy Volunteers of Essex/Frankin Counties and Literacy Volunteers of Clinton County.
3-mile run results:
1, Alex Marciniak, 22:56. 2, Kouassi Yao Emile, 23:50.
3, Beth Christon, 26:29. 4, El Moustapha Ebony, 26:58.
5, Maria Roth, 27:13. 6, Tom Marcil, 30:37.
7, Koniba Samake, 32:05. 8, Maria Burke, 32:19.
9, Ouattara Zana, 33:33. 10, Raphael Loma, 33:34.
11, Lauren Dufault, 34:03. 12, James DeLucas, 34:07.