Northwest NEWS

May 22, 2000

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Kaleidoscope Youth Fair draws big crowds

Kaleidoscope Youth Fair

Last weekend's Kaleidoscope Youth Fair 2000 was a hit with area teens. Held at Pop Keeney Stadium in Bothell, the day's events included a climbing mountain (pictured above).

   The sixth annual Teen Auto Show was part of Kaleidoscope. Best Beater went to Travis Blammer and his 1962 Ford 250. In the Custom Category, 3rd Place was won by David Fotheringham with a '93 Toyota MR2; 2nd Place went to Art Wheatley with a '98 Plymouth Neon; and 1st Place was won by Kyle Roskelley with a '78 Chevrolet pick-up.

   Stock awards went to Dustin Nick (3rd) with a '94 Camaro; Sean Vail (2nd) with an '87 Ford Mustang; and Michael Hough (1st) with a '98 Nissan Pathfinder. Classic Car Award winners were Kyle Turner (3rd) with a '65 Chevrolet Nova; Martin Mueller (2nd) with a '66 Ford Mustang; and Ben Petter (1st) with his '70 Cadillac Coupe de Ville.

   Sound System awards went to Sean Vail (3rd); Charlie Shisler (2nd); and David Fotheringham (1st). Peoples Choice Award (voted on by attendees) went to Kyle Roskelley.

   Sponsors were Bothell Parks & Rec., Teen Northshore, City of Woodinville, Seattle International Auto Show, and Long's Automotive.