About Wolf Lake Harvest Fest

Wolf Lake Harvest Fest is a fun filled event held in August as a way to get neighbors and community members together to share stories and make memories! The local farming community and the harvest season has provided the name of the event, and it is a beautiful time to be in the area. Wolf Lake Harvest Fest has been celebrated for multiple decades and has provided a great deal of memories for all involved. Some events have stayed a constant, while others have come and gone. In years past, some events included a parade, mudrun, horseshoe tournaments, volleyball tournaments, kids face painting, bed races, mud wrestling, arm wrestling contests, baseball tournaments, grease pole, firefighter water contests, and more. We would love to include more of these events, but we would need more help. If you are a member of an organization, or you as an individual would like to coordinate an event, we would love for you to contact us and try to make something happen. Read more about our committee members below. 

 

About Our Committee Members

Andrea:

Number of years on committee: 7

Why did you join committee: Because I enjoyed attending the events as a kid and when I heard they may cancel it due to lack of help, I had to step up!

Favorite thing about being on the committee: I love seeing the community together, talking, laughing, enjoying our town!

Bio: I have been happily married to my husband, Levi, for 8 years. We have 3 adorable boys, Brody, Flynn & Mason,  who keep us very busy. I work from home doing insurance administration.  I also volunteer with MOPS (Moms of Preschoolers) and along with my sister, Amanda, am getting the Wolf Lake Woodchucks 4H club started back up this fall.  In my “spare time” I like to fish, read, and spend time with my family.

 

Amanda:

Number of years on committee: 6

Why did you join committee: To ensure the future of Harvest Fest. I have always enjoyed the weekend events so I figured it would be a great way to give back to the community.

Favorite thing about being on the committee: I love getting to know different people and seeing the smiles on the kids faces during the events.

Bio: I have lived in the Wolf Lake area for 20 years, have been married to my husband, Neil, for 10 years and have 5 children, Haylee, Addison, Lydia, Silas & Darius. I enjoy spending time with my family, being outside & baking.

 

Dale:

Number of years on committee: 17

Why did you join committee: I heard no one showed up for a meeting and that Harvest Fest was going to be cancelled.

Favorite thing about being on the committee: I love the coloring contest for the kids.

Bio: I have lived near Wolf Lake my whole life, I am a voting judge for Wolf Lake Township, am in the VFW, help with the Wolf Pack Baseball Team and can be found every weekday morning having coffee & playing cards at the WL Liquor Store.

 

Tyrone:

Number of years on committee:  2

Why did you join committee: I joined the committee as a spokesman for the City Council. Because of that, the city is more involved with the planning of Harvest Fest. I also joined because the committee needed more members to help with the planning of the event.

Favorite thing about being on the committee: Supporting my local community.

Bio: I have lived in Wolf Lake my entire life and work for Aho Brother’s Dairy.

 

Lynae:

Number of years on committee: 2

Bio: Frazee High School and NDSU graduate. I live in Evergreen with my husband Dan and our children Samuel and Shelby. I am the

Corporate Account Manager for tradeshow-stuff.com and am also Wolf Lake Harvest Fest Pageant Co-coordinator, Parish Planning Coordinator for St Paul's Lutheran Church - Evergreen, Children's Silent Auction Chair for Spring Gala Fundraiser at St Paul's Lutheran School-Perham and member of PTO.

 

Sheila:

Number of years on committee: 2

Bio: Married to Justin. 3 kids, Weston and twins, Kyah & Addison. 

 

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