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BBQ winners from the 21st Annual Raytown State Championship BBQ Cookoff

Grand Champion:  Brew ‘N’ Bar-B-Que – Chief Cook Chris Cox – Shawnee, Kansas

Reserve Grand Champion:Big Creek BBQ – Chief Cook Jeff Stith – Pleasant Hill, Missouri

1st Place Chicken:Big Creek BBQ, Jeff Stith (Perfect score!)

1st Place Pork Ribs: Brew ‘N’ Bar-B-Que, Chris Cox

1st Place Pork: Boyle’s KC BBQ, Roy Russell

1st Place Brisket: Brothers With Different Mothers, David Douglas

1st Place Miscellaneous: Hang Em High, John Bradley

1st Place Sausage: Midnight Smokers, Dan Boos

Kid’sQ Grand Champion (5-10 years):Taylor Stith 9y, Big Creek BBQ

Kid’s Q Reserve Grand Champion (5-10 years): Amanda Stanley 9y, Wild Blue

1st Place Hamburger: Amanda Stanley, Wild Blue

1st Place Sausage:Taylor Stith, Big Creek BBQ

Kid’sQ Grand Champion (11-15 years): Anthony Boyle 15y, Nickle Boy’s BBQ

Kid’s Q Reserve Grand Champion (11-15 years): Taylor Fuller 12y, Treat America Smokers

1st Place Hamburger:Anna Denney, Splitlog Smokers

1st Place Sausage: Anthony Boyle, Nickle Boy’s BBQ

The Summerfest was well organized this year and the selection of Carnivals was excellent. The only fly in the soup was the rain, something beyond the control of the Chamber.  It was unfortunate that some of the nice booths that were there on Friday, gave in to the rain Saturday morning, the rest of the booth just waited till about 2 P.M. and had 8 hours of festival time on Saturday as well.

The carnival this year featured excellent ride well suited for young children and also provided very good quality festival food at a reasonable price.

Working a booth precluded picture taking, but the Raytown Times has some excellent photos, so look for it in your local stores.

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