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It's what's for dinner!

Sunday, July 18, 2010

Area resident Jim Latta (above) discusses his grilling with judges Mike Heaton and Tom McClanahan Sunday. Latta, with his partner Lainey Kelley, won the first Clay County 4-H Beef Cookoff at the fair, earning $50. Eric Anders (below) placed second, winning $25. The event was sponsored by the Clay County Beef and Cattle Association.

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Jim Latta, You are looking good. Are you still having an instrument? Give my best to the rest of the Latta's clan.

God's peace!

Chaplain Tom Chopp, former pastor of St. Paul Lutheran Church.

-- Posted by Chaplain Tom Chopp on Tue, Jul 20, 2010, at 11:41 AM

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