Heather Rule/Daily Journal From left to right: Sabrina Fronning, Cole Fronning, Kolby Peters, Carston Fronning, Brittany Harthun, Konnie Peters, Caleb Fronning, Austin Sandmeyer and Evan Shores were part of the fourth shift of the Dalton Gophers 4H to help with the pancake breakfast Saturday at the Dalton Community Center as part of Dalton SummerFest. The Gophers served 266 people in this annual fundraiser for 4H. About 50 people worked in shifts to help with the breakfast. Some other events for the day, like the Blue Ox Tractor Pull, were postponed because of the weather.
Heather Rule/Daily Journal
From left to right: Sabrina Fronning, Cole Fronning, Kolby Peters, Carston Fronning, Brittany Harthun, Konnie Peters, Caleb Fronning, Austin Sandmeyer and Evan Shores were part of the fourth shift of the Dalton Gophers 4H to help with the pancake breakfast Saturday at the Dalton Community Center as part of Dalton SummerFest. The Gophers served 266 people in this annual fundraiser for 4H. About 50 people worked in shifts to help with the breakfast. Some other events for the day, like the Blue Ox Tractor Pull, were postponed because of the weather.

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