Apple Pie Jamboree 2017: What a party!

The Chelan girls (green) squared off against the Brewster girls in three-on-three basketball.

The Saturday night fireworks show was a crowd-pleaser.

It wouldn’t be Apple Pie Jamb ore without generous servings of apple (and cherry) pie.

The Columbia River Quilt Guild presented handmade quilts to military veterans, Anthony Ruiz of Pateros, and Michael Knox, Sandra “Ruby” Britt and Ken Rugel of Bridgeport.

HydroFlight with light added an interesting twist to the evening fireworks show.

In case anyone forgot, Apple Pie Jamboree banners reminded celebrants where they were.

Waterdog entertained at Sweet River Bakery Saturday night.

Apple Pie Jamboree vendors offered everything from dishes to doughnuts.

A huge turnout of visitors flocked to the three-day celebration.

PATEROS – Vehicles filled every available parking in Pateros on Saturday, July 15, as the three-day Apple Pie Jamboree 2017 shifted into high gear with a full day of food, games, vendors, races, and music featuring something for every member of the family.

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