Zoar Mosquito Fest

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    Jenny Polley of Holland smeared wet colored corn starch on the face of her sister Jillian Booth of Evansville as they waited for runners while manning a color station during the Family Fun Color Run at the Zoar Mosquito Festival on Saturday morning. Jillian said the two sisters had more fun throwing the colored corn starch at each other than the runners. A new addition to the fest, the color run drew 65 runners. Sarah Ann Jump/The Herald

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    Jordan Duncan of Jasper, left, and Tiffany Neuhoff of Huntingburg ran through pink-colored corn starch during the Family Fun Color Run at the Zoar Mosquito Festival on Saturday morning. Sarah Ann Jump/The Herald

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    Children ran through the zig-zagging course during the Family Fun Color Run at the Zoar Mosquito Festival on Saturday morning. Sarah Ann Jump/The Herald

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    Grace Sickbert of Huntingburg, 16, turned her head to avoid a spray of colored corn starch as she ran during the Family Fun Color Run at the Zoar Mosquito Festival on Saturday morning. Sarah Ann Jump/The Herald

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    Austin Brown of Holland ran through the color station manned by Jillian Booth of Evansville, left, and her sister Jenny Polley of Huntingburg during the Family Fun Color Run at the Zoar Mosquito Festival on Saturday morning. Sarah Ann Jump/The Herald

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    Grace Meece, left, and Grace Sickbert, both 16 and of Huntingburg, ran the course during the Family Fun Color Run at the Zoar Mosquito Festival on Saturday morning. Sarah Ann Jump/The Herald

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    Erika Candelario of Huntingburg, 12, ran through colored corn starch during the Family Fun Color Run at the Zoar Mosquito Festival on Saturday morning. Sarah Ann Jump/The Herald

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    Cris Collins of Santa Claus, left, and Morgan Peter of Huntingburg stopped running to accept fistfuls of colored corn starch thrown at them during the Family Fun Color Run at the Zoar Mosquito Festival on Saturday morning. Sarah Ann Jump/The Herald

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    Jillian Booth of Evansville launched a handful of blue-colored corn starch at a runner during the Family Fun Color Run at the Zoar Mosquito Festival on Saturday morning. Sarah Ann Jump/The Herald

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    Ripken Ramsey of Dubois, 5, leisurely strolled through a cloud of blue-colored corn starch during the Family Fun Color Run at the Zoar Mosquito Festival on Saturday morning. Sarah Ann Jump/The Herald

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    Ripken Ramsey of Dubois, 5, walked leisurely as Jenny Polley of Holland threw colored corn starch on him during the Family Fun Color Run at the Zoar Mosquito Festival on Saturday morning. Sarah Ann Jump/The Herald

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    After the Family Fun Color Run finished, a free-for-all broke out with the leftover colored corn starch during the Zoar Mosquito Festival on Saturday morning. Amber Brockriede of Huntingburg, center, swung a bag of corn starch, creating a pink arc over Jenny Polley of Holland. Sarah Ann Jump/The Herald

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    Cruz Candelario of Huntingburg, 11, packed a ball of excess colored corn starch after the Family Fun Color Run at the Zoar Mosquito Festival on Saturday morning. Sarah Ann Jump/The Herald

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    Mason Sutt of Huntingburg, 8, piled corn starch on his head and shook it watch it fall off after the Family Fun Color Run at the Zoar Mosquito Festival on Saturday morning. Sarah Ann Jump/The Herald

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    The Squatch Hunters took on Elev8 N Celebr8 in the Southern Indiana Wiffleball Classic during the annual Zoar Mosquito Festival on Saturday. Sarah Ann Jump/The Herald

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    Campbell Marshall of Huntingburg, 7, petted Bleck the German Shepherd, a K-9 with the Pike County Sheriff's Department handled by deputy Buck Seger, during the annual Zoar Mosquito Festival on Saturday. Sarah Ann Jump/The Herald

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    Jovi Kirk of Holland, 3, got a lift from Mark Fetter of Huntingburg during the sack race at the annual Zoar Mosquito Festival on Saturday. "It's not fun if they struggle, so you've got to help them out," Fetter said. Sarah Ann Jump/The Herald

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    Kenley Hayes of Huntingburg, 12, made it to the final round of the egg toss with her partner Clair Leathers of Huntingburg, 12, during the annual Zoar Mosquito Festival on Saturday. Sarah Ann Jump/The Herald

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    Broghan Fuhs of Huntingburg, 10, took a tumble during the sack race as he competed with Noah Wright of Huntingburg, 11, Owen Blessinger, 10, Ryia Linne of Dubois, 13, Ava Helming of Dubois, 11, and Eva Polley of Holland, 10, during the annual Zoar Mosquito Festival on Saturday. Sarah Ann Jump/The Herald

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    Brailee Brockriede of Huntingburg, 3, napped in a wagon during the annual Zoar Mosquito Festival on Saturday. Sarah Ann Jump/The Herald

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    Karson Wibbeler of Huntingburg, 9, left, Brycen Baxter of Stendal, 7, Justin Leathers of Huntingburg, 10, and Owen Blessinger of Huntingburg, 10, watched to see if Justin's ring toss landed successfully during the annual Zoar Mosquito Festival on Saturday. Sarah Ann Jump/The Herald

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    People browsed homemade goods at the country store in the Zoar schoolhouse during the annual Zoar Mosquito Festival on Saturday. Sarah Ann Jump/The Herald

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    Brandon Goeppner of Velpen, 16, swept the road before the kiddie pedal pull during the annual Zoar Mosquito Festival on Saturday. "You gotta make sure there's no rocks or anything," he said. Sarah Ann Jump/The Herald

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    Katelynn Goodwin of Holland, 6, competed in the kiddie pedal pull during the annual Zoar Mosquito Festival on Saturday. Sarah Ann Jump/The Herald

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    Maddox Reller of Lynnville, 2, left, Sarah Reller of Stendal, 4, Elias Ambrose of Stendal, 3, and Laylah Black of Patoka, 4, watched the kiddie pedal pull from the back of Maddox's family vehicle during the annual Zoar Mosquito Festival on Saturday. Sarah Ann Jump/The Herald

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    Conner Hook of Petersburg, 4, imitated blowing into a horn with a tube he found while helping his great-grandparents Jim and Maggie Williams of Stendal set up for their fun show during the annual Zoar Mosquito Festival on Saturday. Sarah Ann Jump/The Herald

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    Maggie Williams of Stendal was joined on stage by her great-grandchildren for a song during the annual Zoar Mosquito Festival on Saturday. Sarah Ann Jump/The Herald

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    Maddox Reller of Lynnville, 2, left, Max Marshall of Huntingburg, 4, Zackery Russell of Stendal, 11, Campbell Marshall of Huntingburg, 7, and Eva Polley of Holland, 10, ran along a hill past a custom 1953 Ford truck owned by John Hemmer of Zoar during the annual Zoar Mosquito Festival on Saturday. The truck appeared in the stationary parade earlier in the day. Sarah Ann Jump/The Herald

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    Gabe Reller of Stendal, 2, squealed with joy as he filled his brother's orange soda cup with dirt and grass during the annual Zoar Mosquito Festival on Saturday. Sarah Ann Jump/The Herald

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    Ruth Blackgrove of Holland looked out the window of the Zoar schoolhouse as she worked at the country store during the annual Zoar Mosquito Festival on Saturday. Sarah Ann Jump/The Herald