Sheryl Baker, River City Coggers, leads Webster cloggers in a routine showing off what they've learned over the past year in Sheryl's local classes.
Ellen Peck goes after a point as her husband/partner looks on during Friday's open Ping Pong session at the Webster Community Center.
From left to right, Jolene Connors, Gladys Beers and Jean Bickford worked the Lions Club Bake Sale Friday at the Webster Community Center.
The ponies were kept busy giving youngsters a chance to saddle up for a trip around the ring.
The free pony rides attracted many young riders, accompanied by a parent.
The used book sale at the Larsen Family Public Library drew a crowd looking for favorite titles at bargain prices.
Heidi Carey (center) sells bingo cards to players including Webster locals Sandy Schmitz (far left) and Marylou Shutt.
The "Run Whatcha Brung" car races entertained a packed grandstand. This 4-cylinder class started the event off. Six and 8-cylinder entries followed, including a race with kitchen appliances strapped to their roofs.
These three tiny tykes enjoyed their sno cones from the carnival treat booth that also offered cotton candy and popcorn.
Three brothers who grew up visiting Webster and hunted for the Golden Spike when they were in elementary school found the Golden Spike at 11:30 a.m. after just 4 clues were posted at the Gandy Dancer Bookstore. They received the $50 prize money courtesy of Webster Ace Hardware. Left to right: Zach Griffiths, Jake Griffiths, Nick Griffiths and Samantha Woller.
Gandy Dancer Days 2021
Wendy Larson, Otis-Taylor American Legion Post 86, gets food ready for a hungry crowd.
The two overall winners of the Webster Education Foundation 5K Run/Walk: were Will Gerber and Kristin Schmitt.
Karen Rogers, 71, won the gold medal for her age group in the WEF 5K race. Her goal is to run a 1/2 marathon, 10K or 5K in each of Wisconsin's 72 counties. Burnett County was #43.
John Larson, Otis-Taylor American Legion Post 86, keeps the grilled brats and hot dogs coming - more than 1,600 of them were sold out!
The "Treichel Group" headed up by Joann (front row, far right) was the winner of the Hunt for the Golden Spike, taking home the $50 cash prize.
Twin Cities visitor, Mike Guild, dances with his daughter, Ayden, to the Dan Zimmer Band.