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Eddie Brown Cook-Off Winner In Keyes
08/31/2009

Eddie Brown of Keyes walked away with the 1st annual Steak Cook-Off Championship in Keyes Oklahoma on Saturday, August 29, 2009. Brown's steak had to beat the other six contestants in the competition, with less than 10 points, out of a possible 300 points, separating the top three entrants. For his win, Brown received a trophy and $500.00 dollars. Also winners on the day were the "Retired Pirates" a group of former Keyes High School graduates, including Tony and Jason Whitfield, Tommy Grazier, and Chris Wood. They took home two trophies, one for Best Sponsorship Participation, PTCI, and the second for Best Presentation. The Steak Cook-Off Was held in conjunction with the Third Annual Keyes Celebration in Keyes Park. The annual event is a fundraiser to improve the park. Already added as a result of these events is a pavillion, trees, and new playground equipment. Other activities throughout the day included bounce houses for the kids, entertainment, a Flag Retirement Ceremony by the Boy Scouts, and a family outdoor movie. A drawing was also held for a $500.00 Wal-Mart gift card. Joyce Hunt of Keyes was the winner. Plans are already underway for next years celebration.

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