It was a perfect night for several events on Saturday, Aug. 29, including the successful third annual Sully Night Out Cruizin' the Square event. A large variety was among the 47 vehicles displayed. A 1970 Plymouth Superbird (shown at right) owned by Judson Vos received 133 kernel votes as the top vote-getter by the car show spectators. The Sully Lions Club served a sold-out meal of corndogs, hamburgers, hotdogs, funnel cakes, and strawberry smoothies. The Lions chose to donate the $3,000 proceeds to Ryan Nikkel, whose cancer has returned and treatments have prevented him from being able to work full-time. The Sully Lions also sponsored the first-ever horseshoe tournament at the new horseshoe pits on the north end of Sully Central Park with 12 participants. Dan Vande Krol of Sully won first place and $30 in the horseshoe contest. Darin Morvant placed second and receied $20. DJ Curt Dunsbergen asked Morvant's secret to placing. Morvant said, "I've never played horseshoes before, but I've played a lot of slow pitch softball so used the same throwing techniques and finished second."

Winners of the three $50 Sully Money door prizes were, from left, Dennis Korns of Brooklyn, Merlyn Elscott of Newton, and Holly Rozendaal of Lynnville.

Thank you to all who participated and attended the Sully Night Out.

At right, Joel Vos and his children Isaac, Isabelle, and Owen accepted the kernel trophy for his father, Judson Vos, of rural Sully.