Port Angeles woman takes top Duck Derby prize


Terri Harmon of Port Angeles was the grand prize winner in the 24th Duck Derby on June 9.

Harmon has her pick of vehicles from Wilder Toyota, a prize valued at more than $17,800.

Eliska Skopecek ($1,000) and Deanna Reynolds ($500), both of Port Angeles, won cash prizes from 7 Cedars Casino.

Sequim's top prize winner was Pamela Cameron, who took home the derby's fourth prize, a limited-edition Raymond Weil Othello desk clock valued at $895.

Parrish Trucking took the top Very Important Duck race prize of $500, followed by St. Vincent De Paul (Second, $250) and Eric's RV (third, $100).


The top sales person for this year's event was Bill Littlejohn of Sequim with 2,571 ducks sold.

The event is a fundraiser for Olympic Medical Center’s Obstetrics and New Family Services through the Olympic Medical Center Foundation and the Sequim Rotary Club’s charitable projects. About 30,000 plastic ducks are used, with the top 42 ducks crossing the finish line receiving part of the prize pool worth more than $25,000.

Contact the Olympic Medical Center Foundation at 417-7144.
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