A big and heartfelt thank you to all

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I’d like to extend a big “thank you” to all those who help make the Nordicfest Heritage Festival happen: Dan Howard, Past Royalty Tom and Geri Fennessy, Clarence and Verna Johnson, Marvel Thomson, Margie and Les Nelson, King and Queen Duane and Peggy Williams, Prince Caleb Thomas, Princess Mahki Sykes, Parade Marshals David and Carol Latham, Laura Tindall, Bunad Procession, Runnerfell, Ray Johnson, Boy Scouts, Frank Votapka, Heather Robertson Scholarship Booth, Timberline Auto, Christian Church Youth Group, Quilt show, City Crews, Entertainers For God and Country, Stagefright, Spinning Squares, Elementary School Choir, The Filler family, Holly Vanbemmel, Hannah Thrasher and the Nordicfest Hertitage Festioval Board: Freda Howard, Gena Huffman, Pam Peppenger, Rita Wickham, Matt Hill, Noelle Gilmore and Ray Eanes.

A Hugh heartfelt thanks to you our wonderful community for your continued support, and to all the volunteers who make Libby Nordicfest Heritage Festival what it has become over the years.

—Ray Eanes

Libby

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