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People walk in the fairgrounds on Saturday morning after a rain shower. The NCW Fair in Waterville is open till 6 p.m. on Sunday.

People walk in the fairgrounds on Saturday morning after a rain shower. The NCW Fair in Waterville is open till 6 p.m. on Sunday.

Canned fruit on display at the NCW Fair in Waterville.

Canned fruit on display at the NCW Fair in Waterville.

Austyn Kenney, 12, wipes her eyes to get dust out after competing in trail riding competition at the NCW Fair in Waterville.

Austyn Kenney, 12, wipes her eyes to get dust out after competing in trail riding competition at the NCW Fair in Waterville.

Wyatt Egbert, 8, of Grand Coulee holds open a gate as Matt Rosman, 13, leads his steer out after cleaning it up for the Livestock auction. Rosman won multiple Grand Champion awards with the steer at the NCW Fair in Waterville.

Wyatt Egbert, 8, of Grand Coulee holds open a gate as Matt Rosman, 13, leads his steer out after cleaning it up for the Livestock auction. Rosman won multiple Grand Champion awards with the steer at the NCW Fair in Waterville.

From left, Olivia Weber, Lilyann Ward, Abigail Ward and Jadyn Weber, all members of the Burlap & Barbed Wire 4-H group hold their animals and watch the livestock auction after they had sold their animals at the auction. The NCW Fair in Waterville is open till 6 p.m. on Sunday.

From left, Olivia Weber, Lilyann Ward, Abigail Ward and Jadyn Weber, all members of the Burlap & Barbed Wire 4-H group hold their animals and watch the livestock auction after they had sold their animals at the auction. The NCW Fair in Waterville is open till 6 p.m. on Sunday.

In the middle of a dust storm on Saturday morning, Thera Judd, at left, and her daughter Jamie wait to compete in trail riding competition at the NCW Fair in Waterville. The morning weather at the fair, included a dust storm, rain and sun. The fair is open till 6 p.m. on Sunday. For a photo gallery from the fair see wenatcheeworld.com.

In the middle of a dust storm on Saturday morning, Thera Judd, at left, and her daughter Jamie wait to compete in trail riding competition at the NCW Fair in Waterville. The morning weather at the fair, included a dust storm, rain and sun. The fair is open till 6 p.m. on Sunday. For a photo gallery from the fair see wenatcheeworld.com.

Organizer Tami Gurnard, center, talks with National Guard firefighters Matt Eagen, at left and Andrew Sunagel as they get some dinner at the Lake Chelan Yacht Club . This Guard crew has become like family to Gurnard, they were at the Yacht Club the night the fire moved through the area.

Organizer Tami Gurnard, center, talks with National Guard firefighters Matt Eagen, at left and Andrew Sunagel as they get some dinner at the Lake Chelan Yacht Club . This Guard crew has become like family to Gurnard, they were at the Yacht Club the night the fire moved through the area.

When the tables or full, or they just want to stretch out, firefighters sit along the rocky banks at the Lake Chelan Yacht Club to eat dinner.

When the tables or full, or they just want to stretch out, firefighters sit along the rocky banks at the Lake Chelan Yacht Club to eat dinner.

Lake Chelan Yacht Club member Tim Gellatly holds up a food sign encouraging firefighters to come the club for dinner after working their day shift at the First Creek fire.

Lake Chelan Yacht Club member Tim Gellatly holds up a food sign encouraging firefighters to come the club for dinner after working their day shift at the First Creek fire.

Volunteers have been making dinners for firefighters fighting the First Creek Fire at Lake Chelan. Meals are served at the Lake Chelan Yacht Club alongside the South Lakeshore Road at the club. The volunteers have been serving up to 175 people a night, including firefighters, sheriff’s deputies, ambulance crews and county road workers.

Volunteers have been making dinners for firefighters fighting the First Creek Fire at Lake Chelan. Meals are served at the Lake Chelan Yacht Club alongside the South Lakeshore Road at the club. The volunteers have been serving up to 175 people a night, including firefighters, sheriff’s deputies, ambulance crews and county road workers.