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The 2013 Pig Bowl raised $30,000 to be split between two recipients, Kadee Herrington and Donovan Doroski. At a formal presentation at Westwind Frame and Gallery on 2nd Street in The Dalles, the duo was each presented with a check, coffee coupons from Dutch Bros. and a framed picture collage from Saturday’s festivities. Pictured (from left to right), are board members, Jennifer Holloran, Melissa Wykes, recipient Donovan Doroski, board members Randy Wells, Michael Holloran, Curt Harth, Tammy Keys and recipient Kadee Herrington with her children, Dilynn and Jordynn. In the 11 years of existence, the Pig Bowl organization has raised $149,865.37 for families in need.

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The 2013 Pig Bowl raised $30,000 to be split between two recipients, Kadee Herrington and Donovan Doroski. At a formal presentation at Westwind Frame and Gallery on 2nd Street in The Dalles, the duo was each presented with a check, coffee coupons from Dutch Bros. and a framed picture collage from Saturday’s festivities. Pictured (from left to right), are board members, Jennifer Holloran, Melissa Wykes, recipient Donovan Doroski, board members Randy Wells, Michael Holloran, Curt Harth, Tammy Keys and recipient Kadee Herrington with her children, Dilynn and Jordynn. In the 11 years of existence, the Pig Bowl organization has raised $149,865.37 for families in need.



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LAW enforcement players representing Oregon, Travis Church (left) and Ryan Atoe, 69, form a wall to block out Washington’s Chris Wyzykowski (66), who is trying to mount a rush on Oregon quarterback Jeremy Dutton at Sid White Field. Oregon ended up winning 12-8 on a soggy Saturday in The Dalles.

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KLICKITAT COUNTY deputy, Ross Guiney, cuts to the sidelines in the first half of Saturday’s 11th annual Pig Bowl in The Dalles. Law enforcement teams from Oregon and Washington took part in this fundraiser for Donovan Doroski and Kadee Herrington.

Even through monsoon rain conditions, hundreds of community members from across the Columbia River Gorge made their way to Sid White Field Saturday in a show of support for Donovan Doroski and Kadee Herrington in the 11th annual Pig Bowl...

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