For the second year in a row, all three winners are girls.
A total of 39 babies participated in the contest, more than twice the amount from last year. Profits totaled more than $1,700 for use in serving Clay County residents.
The grand prize winner this y ear was Kreely Gracen Smock, daughter of Seth and Megan Smock.
The first runner-up was Haley Rae Withers, daughter of Brent and Kayla Withers. Her prizes tallied close to $400.
The second runner-up was Abigail N. Burris, daughter of Brandy N. Burris. She received more than $300 in prizes.
All three live in Brazil.
To keep the competition alive, CPC posted a top 10 list each evening in random order.
Finalists in order from fourth to 10th included Makinley Enola Graves, daughter of Jason and Erin Graves; Gunner Fabbri, son of Brett and Brittanee Fabbri; Braden Elijah Moore, son of Elijah and Hildey Moore; Jaxon Conder, son of Lacy Emery and Brad Conder; Marissa Wetnight, daughter of Tom and Gloria Wetnight; Nora Lynn Fisher, daughter of Stoney and Brandy Fisher; and Lucy Lafaye Lynn Smith, daughter of Elizabeth Smith and Justo Rodriguez.
Votes were determined by money dropped in a can for the baby of choice.
Clay County merchants donated all the prizes.
Other memberships came from Curves and Fun Time Scuba and Fitness Center, while other prizes came from Garber Photograph, Bedwell Tire, Forest Park Golf Course, Walnut Theater, Brazilian Lanes, A+ Printing, Good Will, Old Fashion Jewelry Shop, American Family Insurance, First Christian Church Daycare, Sugar Ridge Nursery, Sherwin Williams, Luxury Nail Salon, Kroger, Pizza Hut, Subway, Lynn's Soda Fountain, Maurizio's Restaurant, Papa John's, Casey's General Market, Dairy Queen, China's Best Buffet, Chaney's Diner, and Mayberry Malt and Coffee Shoppe.