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Cabin fever hits Trout Creek rednecks


Annie Wooden

The "Tammy WhyNotts" (Chris Magdalene and Jennifer Strine) sang outhouse tales and hunting hip-hop during the Redneck Ball.

Spring fever and cabin fever combined at the Lakeside Motel & Resort in Trout Creek on Saturday.

Annie Wooden

Jesse and Elizabeth Haagenson coordinated their costumes. Elizabeth said it took several hours to create her custom sheep outfit.

People dressed up in their finest for the fourth annual Redneck Ball, a fundraiser for the Trout Creek Community Improvement Association (TCCIA).

The event included bucket raffles, a live auction and wild redneck entertainment for the more than 150 attendees.

Auction items included two chainsaws, a kayak, a load of firewood (which winner Harold Hudson donated back for the auction) and a knife made by Bob Crowder.

TCCIA chair Liz Stender said that while a grand total hasn't been counted yet, the event raised a lot of money for the group's events, park improvements and community goodwill projects.

"The event was a hug success thanks to all the donations and community support," Stender said. "Our talent was again hilarious!"


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