Photos: Plenty of cars, strongmen, loggers and kids

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Last weekend was packed with events for the 118th Sequim Irrigation Festival.
Friday morning, the "Footloose" Operetta rocked the Crazy Daze Breakfast, while the logging show and strongman's competition picked up in the evening.  
On Saturday morning, plenty of festive children and families dressed up for the Kids Parade before 85 flashy hot rods and slick vehicles drove the main drag downtown in the 10th annual Car Cruzz to the Car Shine show. Organizers said 145 vehicles were at the show.

Winners of the car show include:
• Best Street Rod Sedan/Coupe, Ken Smith, Sequim, 1937 Ford Minotti Coupe        
• Best Street Rod Pickup, Gary Little, Sequim, 1972 Pickup
• Best Import Car/Pickup, Duane Babinski, Sequim, 1965 Cobra
• Best Unfinished Car/Pickup, Richard and Kathy Nelson, Port Townsend, 1933 Ford        
• Best 1947 and Older Pickup/Truck, Dan Quintero, Sequim, 1939 Dodge Truck        
• Best 1948 and Newer Pickup/Truck, Larry St. Peter, Sequim, 1954 Ford F-100        
• Best Rat Rod, Otis Barber, Port Hadlock, 1938 Chevy Pickup        
• Best Muscle Car, Kevin Tracy, Sequim, 1970 Plymouth Roadrunner
• Best Pony Car, Dave Sturgeon, Bremerton, 2013 Mustang Boss 302        
• Best Corvette, Robert Whitlock, Sequim, 2011 Corvette Grand Sport
• Best Custom Car, Lance Scott, Sequim, 1955 Chevy Belair        
• Best 1920-1929, Les and Sharon Young, Port Townsend, 1928 Ford Model A Street Rod
• Best 1930-1939, Kathy Nelson, Port Townsend, 1937 Chevy Coupe
• Best 1940-1949, Terry Barton, Port Angeles, 1940 Chevy Convertible        
• Best 1950-1959, Dan Kalinski, Sequim, 1957 Ford Thunderbird        
• Best 1960-1969, Larry Reece, Sequim, 1965 Shelby Cobra Roadster        
• Best 1970-1979, Terry and Jackie Jones, 1972 Oldsmobile Cutlass        
• Best 1980-Present, Marv Fowler, Sequim, 2008 Shelby GT 500 Super Snake        
• Race Car, Richard Broders, Port Townsend, 1996 Chevy Monte Carlo        
• People's Choice, Lance Scott, Sequim, 1955 Chevy Belair        
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