PyeongChang to Enterprise: Reliving the games

Published on March 6, 2018 2:49PM

Selah Mildrexler runs a leg of the torch relay during the reenactment of the Olympic Games held at Building Healthy Families in Enterprise March 2.

Selah Mildrexler runs a leg of the torch relay during the reenactment of the Olympic Games held at Building Healthy Families in Enterprise March 2.

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Piper Harvey, left, gets a push from Zach Diephuis and Aden Mildrexler’s “bobsled” was powered by Porter Weston during the bobsled races, part of a celebration of the Olympic Games held at Building Healthy Families March 2.

Piper Harvey, left, gets a push from Zach Diephuis and Aden Mildrexler’s “bobsled” was powered by Porter Weston during the bobsled races, part of a celebration of the Olympic Games held at Building Healthy Families March 2.

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Kavet Haines, left, and Caleb Taggart compete in the stocking-footed ski slalom races during the Enterprise version of the Olympic Games March 2 at Building Healthy Families.

Kavet Haines, left, and Caleb Taggart compete in the stocking-footed ski slalom races during the Enterprise version of the Olympic Games March 2 at Building Healthy Families.

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Marshall Taggart, left, and Fletcher Witherrite donned handcrafted Nordic skis to participate in the cross country skiing event at Building Healthy Families March 2.

Marshall Taggart, left, and Fletcher Witherrite donned handcrafted Nordic skis to participate in the cross country skiing event at Building Healthy Families March 2.

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Marilyn Dalton, financial officer for Building Healthy Families, points out the last leg of the torch relay event to Marshall Taggart during the Enterprise version of the Olympic games March 2.

Marilyn Dalton, financial officer for Building Healthy Families, points out the last leg of the torch relay event to Marshall Taggart during the Enterprise version of the Olympic games March 2.

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After watching the Winter Olympics from PyeongChang, South Korea, students from across the county had the opportunity to participate in their own version of the games. The event was held at Building Healthy Families in Enterprise and featured localized versions of a variety of official games.

IMAGES BY PAUL WAHL, CHIEFTAIN EDITOR









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