July 13, 2017

Published On July 13, 2017 | By cmcleod | CK Mornings Online, Mornings

1The annual Cherryfest kicks off in downtown Blenheim this morning.

Everything kids off at 9 with rides and sales in downtown. Cherryfest runs until Saturday night.

For a full schedule go to Cherryfest.ca

World’s Finest Shows Midway Rides
9 AM All day AMAZING and UNIQUE shopping with huge discounts and specials!
4 PM – 7:30 PM Dancers, gymnastics and karate demonstrations!

10 AM – 2 PM FREE obstacle course with Postma Fitness!
2 PM – 5 PM Pit Spit TRYOUTS
5:30 PM – 7 PM Pie eating contest – ALL AGES WELCOME!
7:30 PM – 9:30 PM Cherry-Oke! FREE!!
9:30 PM – 11:00 PM Live band!

Live music performances throughout the day!
10:00 AM – 11 AM Cherry Pit Spit Tryouts!
12:00 PM – 2 PM Cherry Pit Spit CONTEST!
2:00 PM – 3:30 PM Crossfit Fitness Contest

Five Things - 2They just launched a new online store at KFCLimited.com that sells all sorts of KFC merchandise.

The store has products like socks with fried chicken drumsticks on them, lots of KFC t-shirts, a black string tie like Colonel Sanders wears and a bunch of framed prints of KFC stores and food.

It also has an actual piece of meteorite that’s carved to look like a chicken sandwich on sale for $20,000. There’s only one of those available, so if you want it, you should get on that.

In China, KFC is celebrating 30-year anniversary by offering customers a KFC smartphone.

KFC has teamed up with Huawei for a limited edition KFC Huawei 7 Plus, which comes in red with a logo of Colonel Sanders embossed on the back along with the year 1987—the year the chain first came to China.

Five Things - 3Researchers in Australia have engineered a new type of banana that’s orange because it’s packed with so much vitamin A.

They crossbred two types. One is a normal Cavendish banana, which is what you’re used to seeing in grocery stores. The other is a smaller type from New Guinea that’s extremely high in vitamin A.

A lot of kids in Africa die from a vitamin A deficiency, so they hope it could save hundreds of thousands of lives a year.

Most of the funding for the study has come from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.

Five Things - 4A 1 trillion ton iceberg broke off in Antarctica yesterday.

The iceberg is big enough to fill Lake Michigan.

Research teams say they don’t believe man-made climate change is causing the large icebergs to break off Antarctica.

Five Things - 5Walmart stores in Charlotte will be getting 16-foot vending machines within the next week.

The high-tech vending machines allow customers to shop online before picking up their groceries in the store through the machine.

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