This year, all three winners were girls.
There were a total of 15 babies that participated in the contest, which serves as a fundraiser for the Crisis Pregnancy Center, 20 N. Meridian St., Brazil. Profits totaled more than $1,000 for use in serving Clay Community residents.
The Grand Prize for the contest this year went to Shiloh Rae Clark, daughter of Dave and Jennifer Clark, Reelsville, The Clark family tallied more than $900 in prizes.
First runner-up went to Rylee Elizabeth Moore, daughter of Michael and Erin Moore, Brazil. The Moore family totaled more than$500 in prize money.
The second runner-up went to Isabella Grace Bailey, daughter of Beau and Jaime Bailey, Center Point. The Bailey family totaled more than $200 in prizes.
To keep the competition going, the Crisis Pregnancy Center posted the top six contestants each evening in random order (with no dollar amount displayed). There was less than $1 difference between the third-place winner and fourth-place finisher, Amelia Toney, daughter of Lee and Holly Toney.
Fifth-place went to Mia Modesitt, daughter of Derick and Chrissy Modesitt, while sixth-place went to Aidrik Loughmiller, son of Matt and Amanda Loughmiller.
Clay County local merchants donated all the prizes, which included savings bonds from Terre Haute Savings Bank, Riddell National Bank, and First Financial Banks.
The Brazil Public Library gave two non-resident memberships and the YMCA donated a one-year adult membership.
Other memberships came from Curves and Fun Time Scuba and Fitness Center.
Other local businesses donating included Garber Photography, Bedwell Tires, Forest Park Golf Course, Walnut Theater, Brazilian Lanes, A+ Printing, Good Will, Old Fashion Jewelry Shop, Adamson's Coin Laundry, U.S. Nails, First Christian Church Daycare, Sugar Ridge Nursery and Sherwin Williams.