Lebanon Reporter

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July 3, 2013

Adult Almost Anything Goes

Boone County — Dustin Shirley of the Kramer Lumber team handles egg yolk in the face in a game at the Adult Almost Anything Goes competition Tuesday evening at Lebanon Memorial Park.

Nine teams duked it out for the title; the team Fouts for Clerk came out on top. Charlie’s Cobras was second, and Kramer Lumber was third. The competition was cut short due to stormy weather. Wednesday’s event at the park is an evening of praise. The free concert will begin at 6 p.m.

 

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