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Crowds flocked to Beatty Days over the weekend

Beatty Days was a success according to the Beatty Chamber of Commerce. Last weekend visitors got to experience a town parade, classic cars, various bands and nearly 97 vendors to name a few sights and sounds.

In addition, one of the biggest attractions to the three-day event was the ICS Chili Cook-Off.

The following were the winners:

ICS Winners List for Beatty Days 2015



1st Place Jim Beaver

2nd Place Mike Austin

3rd Place Dione Cooley


Chili Verde

1st Place Dione Cooley

2nd Place Kim Beaver

3rd Place Jim LaTendresse


People’s Choice Winner for the Chili Cook-Off

Paulette Moore


First Time Cook Award

Jeff Chambers



1st Place Mark Haught

2nd Place Nick Fadich

3rd Place Jodi Wiseman


Dutch Oven – Main Dish (Adults)

1st Place Patti Summers

2nd Place Mark Haught



1st Place Cindy Haught

2nd Place Fred Summers


People’s Choice – Main Dish

1st Place Mark Haught

2nd Place – Patti Summers


Main Dish – (Kids)

1st Place- Boy Scouts Of America Troop 777

2nd Place – Crew 420 Team 301


Dessert- (Kids)

1st Place – Crew 420 Team 403

2nd Place- Crew 420 Team 401

3rd Place- Boy Scouts of America Troop 777


People’ s Choice (Kids)

Main Dish

1st Place- Boy Scouts of America Troop 777

2nd Place – Crew 420 Team 302


People’s Choice – Dessert (Kids)

1st Place- Boy Scouts of America Troop 777

2nd Place Crew 420 Team 401

3rd Place Crew 420 Team 403




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