Celestine Street Fest

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    Bentley Kluesner of Dubois, 2, competed in the tractor pull during the kids races at the Celestine Street Fest on Saturday. Heather Rousseau/The Herald

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    Kale Asbell, 15, of Haysville, back left, Kaitlin Cooper of Shoals, 14, Natalie Rose of Ferdinand, 11, Eliana O'Brian of Dubois, 5, Landon Seitz of Jasper, 8, and Brandon Seitz of Jasper, 6, hung out around a small tractor while watching the kids races at the Celestine Street Fest on Saturday. Heather Rousseau/The Herald

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    Alexei Brinkman of Dubois, 5, carried her balloon umbrella as she strolled the Celestine Street Fest with her parents Abby Hohl, left, and Tony Brinkman on Saturday. Heather Rousseau/The Herald

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    Allie Werner of Jasper, 8, held her cousin Macy Betz of Indianapolis, 4, on her back as they walked around the Celestine Street Fest on Saturday. Betz's parents are from Celestine and came to town for the fest and to visit family. Heather Rousseau/The Herald

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    Waylon Barker of Jasper, 3, competed in the kids obstacle course against his sister, Daisy, 2, not pictured, at the Celestine Street Fest on Saturday. Heather Rousseau/The Herald

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    People lined the street for the kids races in Celestine during the annual Street Fest on Saturday. Heather Rousseau/The Herald

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    Kate Durcholz of Huntingburg, 8, competed in the kids tractor pull during the Celestine Street Fest on Saturday. Heather Rousseau/The Herald

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    Ty Betz, 6, held the Nascar bear he won at the Celestine Street Fest as he watched the kids races with his brother Keaton, 3, hist mother, Laura, cousins Peyton Betz, 9, and Zachary Betz, 6, all of Celestine, on Saturday. Heather Rousseau/The Herald

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    Joselyn Schmitt of Jasper, 4, middle, watched as a family friend Pete Hildenbrand, left, tried to finish a half gallon bowl of chili along with Nathan Lueken of Ferdinand, right, during the Celestine Street Fest Foodathlon. Heather Rousseau/The Herald

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    Herald Sports Writer Joseph Fanelli chomped toward the finish line in the Celestine Street Fest Foodathlon. One of 16 competitors, he accepted the challenge to eat and write about it. Heather Rousseau/The Herald

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    Greg “Sonny” Jeffries of Celestine, left, finished a half gallon of chili as his cousin Madelyn Merkel, 8, aunt Kaddy Merkel, both of St. Anthony, and cousin Bethany Hautsch of Celestine, right, cheered Saturday during the first Foodathlon at the Celestine Street Fest. Jeffries won the top prize of $300 after polishing off the chili, two franks with buns, 10 potato wedges, cobbler, ice cream and a lemonade shake-up. Heather Rousseau/The Herald

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    Troy Miller preformed Saturday afternoon at the Celestine Street Fest. Heather Rousseau/The Herald

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    McKenna Birrell of Celestine, 13, left, Jennifer Merkley of St. Anthony, 16, and Kennedie Knies of Celestine, 14, sold lemonade shake-ups at the Celestine Street Fest on Saturday for the Norhteast Dubois High School cheerleaders. Heather Rousseau/The Herald

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    Jake Epple of St. Anthony, 10, right, chatted with his grandpa Jim Wiltbank of Velpin about his strategy for the kids races during the Celestine Street Fest on Saturday. Heather Rousseau/The Herald