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Dynamic Kernels marks harvest with community

July 21, 2013
Salem News

SEBRING - Over 350 children and adults attended the Dynamic Kernels harvest celebration on Sunday in a wheat field near Sebring. The event celebrated the harvest of 31 acres of wheat. Proceeds from the sale of the wheat will benefit local and global food sharing programs. The event began at 5 p.m. with a carnival with games, a dunk tank, and three inflatables. The carnival games were organized by Jennifer Greeneisen and the Damascus Elementary PIE. Free ice cream, popcorn, water, and other refreshments were provided. The Sebring Fire Department sent its ladder truck to the event and displayed a large flag from the extended ladder. Steve McGranahan, "the world's strongest redneck," mixed with carnival participants, challenged anyone to bend a 60 penny nail (a 6-inch spike) in half. McGranahan was the only one able to bend a spike, and he did it dozens of times during the evening.

 
 

 

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