Having a doggone good time at Shakin’ in the Shell

Wednesday, September 20, 2017
Jalie Whisman and her Yorkie, Buster, waited patiently for his category to come up in the dog show that took place at the Shakin’ in the Shell festival Saturday at Shell Knob. Melonie Roberts/Cassville Democrat

Jalie Whisman and her Yorkie, Buster, waited patiently for his category to come up in the dog show that took place at the Shakin’ in the Shell festival Saturday at Shell Knob.

Piper, sporting a shimmery pink coat ruffled with a pom pom neckline, took first in the costume category at the dog show during Saturday’s Shakin’ in the Shell. Piper is pictured with her owner, Linda Sherman, of Shell Knob. Melonie Roberts/Cassville Democrat
Battle Balls was a popular activity for the young and the young at heart during the annual Shakin’ in the Shell festival Saturday. The inflated balls allowed combatants to bounce off each other — and the ground — without suffering serious injury. Melonie Roberts/Cassville Democrat
How high can she go? Olivia Boss, 5, tested the boundaries of the bungee ropes on the jumping pillows during the annual Shakin’ in the Shell festival, which took place Saturday in Shell Knob. Melonie Roberts/Cassville Democrat
Don and Heather Cline, of Holiday Island, Ark., took a few moments from the Shakin’ in the Shell festivities Saturday to enjoy a wine break. Don sampled the Gung Ho red, a varietal mix, while Heather gave the chardonnay a go. Melonie Roberts/Cassville Democrat
Anastasia Marts, 8, of Berryville, Ark., took a turn on theTubs of Fun ride at Saturday’s annual Shakin’ in the Shell festival in Shell Knob. There were several rides and inflatables available for youngsters to enjoy at the daylong event. Melonie Roberts/Cassville Democrat
Damon and Staci Heck, of Centerton, Ark., stopped to admire a 1967 Camaro, owned by Derek Sanders, on display at the car show grounds during the Shakin’ in the Shell festival held Saturday in Shell Knob. Melonie Roberts/Cassville Democrat
Geri Deering, of Shell Knob, stopped to admire some wind chimes made by Linda Jason, owner of Music in the Wind out of Kimberling City. Jason repurposes silverware from flea market finds, estate sales, and garage sales into a line of custom wind chimes and jewelry. Melonie Roberts/Cassville Democrat
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