5K Color Run. Winners:

Fastest Female: Tyla Wilson (22:00)
Fastest Male: Brady Anderson (20:10)
Largest Team: Cavendish
Best Dressed Pet: “Wendy” & Becky Kercher

Car Show Winners:

1st – David & Roslyn Barth (1966 Chevy Nova II)
2nd – Kent Masseth (1969 Plymouth Satellite)
3rd – Don & Merla Wegner (1955 Chevy Pickup)

People’s Choice:

1st – Gerald Ova (1957 Chevy Bel Air)
2nd – Marla Stetler (1965 Chevy Impala)
3rd – David & Roslyn Barth (1966 Chevy Nova)

Owner’s Choice:

Vicki Klein (1968 Chevy Camaro)

Miss Rodeo ND Elise Burwell’s Choice:

Kulm/Edgeley School (Peterbilt Golf Kart)

David Briss (1969 Ford Mustang)

Wow Rat Rod: Robbie Fetch (1972 VW Rat Rod)

Darin Freuh (1987 Buick GNX)

Best Club Representation: Roughrider Chevrolet Club

Raffle to raise money. Winners include:

1984 Chevy El Camino:

Michael Williams

1986 Corvette Go Cart:

Stuart Greer

$500 Cash:

Michelle Redinger

$300 Cash:

Ray Mering


Jamestown (CSi) A 5K Color Run and car show will be held Saturday, September 24 at Don Wilhelm’s Chevrolet, Buick, GMC, on Business loop West in Jamestown.

To register for either event or for more information, visit donwilhelm.com or call Stephanie Johnson at 701-252-2950.

Over the past 10 years, the Wilhelm family has held an event to raise money and awareness of Huntington’s Disease.

Huntington’s Disease is rare and affects fewer than 200,000 people in the U.S. every year. The Wilhelm’ family has lost their mother, grandmother, multiple uncles, and a brother to the disease.

Stephanie Johnson says they hold the 5K and Car Show every year to raise money for awareness and finding a cure.

There will be individuals from the Huntington’s Disease Society of America Northern Plains Chapter on hand that day, to help answer questions about the disease.

Those who prefer not to participate in the color part can just run or walk in the event.

There will be prizes for fastest male, fastest female, biggest group, and best dressed pet. All proceeds will benefit the Huntington’s Disease Society of America.

Following the run, registration will open for the James Valley Street Machine car show.