Tuesday 17 Oct 2017

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Make A Difference Food Pantry’s Grill-Off (PHOTO GALLERY)

Saturday’s weather was almost perfect for the Make a Difference and Tyson Food Second Annual Father’s Day Grill-Off. There was a total of eight teams from the area that came out to participate in the grill-off event that took place in Waynesborough Park. The event was set up in two divisions: one was the family division and the other was the first responder division. The Mar-Mac Fire Department had two teams, Arrington had one team, Dudley had one team, and there was one team from Grantham. There were three other teams: the County Line Team, of Harold Jones and his wife Frances Jones; Robbie Short and Bobie Boldt and Kenny Boldt were members of the Short Team; and the final team was Tommy Kornegay. The grill-off got started at 9 am giving all teams plenty of time to cook their three racks of ribs and a chicken, with the judging beginning at 2 pm. The judges were both local and out-of-state. Music was provided along with a bounce house for the kids, and antique farming equipment was on display. Most team said the secret of cooking the ribs and chicken were temperature and secret or special ingredients in the rub and sauce. The ribs and chicken were provided by Tyson Food.

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