Tanner Wegner takes a run at Saturday’s Shamrock Rail Jam at the Big Eddy Pub.

Update: Shamrock Rail Jam at the Big Eddy Pub

  • Mar. 19, 2011 10:00 a.m.

The Shamrock Rail Jam at the Big Eddy Pub on Mar. 19 was the second in a three-part rail jam series taking place out back of pub. Sabrina Gauthier won the women’s competition and snowboarder Julien Cadotte took the men’s comp. The winner of the ski competition was Henry Gellow. Organizer Joey Norsworthy says warm weather turned the venue into a bit of a mud pit, but with the help of Mack Dog Construction and Ground Works Ltd., who both contributed heavy equipment and manpower, organizers got the place ready for the event. The third and last event in the series — the Hip Hop ‘n’ Rail Attack — takes place on April 16.


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