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Ben Dunz, the son of Brad and Jennifer Dunz, of Marlinton, was the winner of the Best In Show award during Saturday’s Pinewood Derby. Cub Scouts voted to select the nicest looking car and Dunz’s Blackjack Number 7 car was the winner. Rotary Club Scout Committee Chairman Roger Trusler was on hand to present the Best In Show trophy to Dunz. In the photo, left to right: Dunz, Trusler, Assistant Pack Leader Jennifer Dunz and Pack Leader Sam Gibson. Inset: Dunz’s prize winning race car.
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Brandon Burns, the son of Mike and Connie Burns, of Marlinton, was the winner of Saturday’s Pinewood Derby. In the final heat, Burns’ black and blue number 4 car finished ahead of Ben Workman’s black and red number 2 car. Adam Workman, with a camoflage pick up truck, won third place. Marlinton Rotary Club Scout Committee Chairman Roger Trusler presented the First Place trophy to Burns. In the photo, left to right: Mike Burns, Trusler, Brandon Burns, Assistant Pack leader Jennifer Dunz and Pack Leader Sam Gibson. Inset: Burns’ car approaches the finish line just ahead of Ben Workman’s car.
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Second Place race winner Ben Workman receives his trophy from Rotary Club Scout Chairman Roger Trusler.
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Third Place race winner Adam Workman receives his trophy from Rotary Club Scout Chairman Roger Trusler.

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