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BY SETH TRUSCOTTEditor
The sky may have been gray, but merrymakers paid it no mind for Fall City Days.
Crowd arrived in plenty for the annual parade and community festival, taking part in dozens of activities.
Starting it off Saturday morning, June 19, the annu-al Fall City Days Fun Run raced through town.
Wearing gold shirts, friends and family members supported a fallen soldier during the race. The Eric Ward Team honored Mount Si High School graduate and U.S. Marine Eric L. Ward, who died in February while serving in Afghanistan.
I am going to the finish line, said team member Susan Stubbs, who was inspired by Wards winning smile.
This kid was more giv-ing than anybody I ever met, she said. I could tell you a million stories about the tricks he would play.
Parade vikingsFollowing the run, the
Fall City grand parade rolled through town, featur-ing Scout troops, mount-ed riders, political candi-dates, school buses and fire trucks.
A highlight of the parade was Snoqualmie Valley Animal Hospitals annual dance entry. For this year, hospital staff and friends dressed up for Viking Vets and their Dragon Pets, dec-orating Fall Citys Bubbles salmon sculpture as a cap-tured dragon, right out of the film How to Train Your Dragon.
You know, dragons are hard to hold back, said vet-erinarian Teri Weronko.
Hoop shootMiddle school basketball
coach Dave Tomson gave young basketball players some impromptu pointers during the first Fall City Days Three-Point Shoot Out.
Keep your elbow tight. Put a spin on it, he advised players, who had five shots and five chances to make the championship round in the three-pointer contest.
Every time you shoot a basketball, it helps, Tomson said. Everytime you shoot a ball, you get a little bit better.
From dragons and ducks to toy boats and trash apes, Fall City Days is a blast
Clockwise from top right, Charlie Kellogg, Ian Jones and Eric Greene make viking mugs in the Snoqualmie Valley Animal Hospitals parade entry; Watermelon eating champ Tara Zeabin, center, chats with other competitors; Dr. Piper Treuting dressed as a dragon for the Fall City Days Everybody else was going viking, she explained; Chalk artist Brian Majors creates a sidewalk dragon.