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QUAD RACE: Adding diversity to grandstand events

July 14, 2014

Participant Joe Oliver banks into a corner during the Whitley County 4-H Fair Quad Race.

COLUMBIA CITY — A shot of adrenaline coursed through Joe Oliver’s veins as his quad-wheeler tipped, throwing him off and onto the hard dirt-packed ground of the grandstand. “I enjoy announcing because it’s a great chance to help out with the 4-H program in Whitley County,”said Cox. “We did a quad race this year, because we wanted to bring in a little diversity into the grandstand events.

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