Winners named in Help-A-Child Benefit contests

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Cash wins best chili; CP earns best project

  • County commissioner Wade Bartley (left) introduces the Help-A-Child Benefit Foster Family of Year, Eric and Savanna Christian.
    County commissioner Wade Bartley (left) introduces the Help-A-Child Benefit Foster Family of Year, Eric and Savanna Christian.
  • Robert Cash (center right) and Hunter Cash (center left) were awarded first place for their chili at the Help-A-Child Benefit chili cook-off held at the Hopkins County Regional Civic Center in Sulphur Springs Saturday. Giving the award are county commissioner Wade Bartley (left) and Clay Bartley (right).
    Robert Cash (center right) and Hunter Cash (center left) were awarded first place for their chili at the Help-A-Child Benefit chili cook-off held at the Hopkins County Regional Civic Center in Sulphur Springs Saturday. Giving the award are county commissioner Wade Bartley (left) and Clay Bartley (right).
  • From left, Leslie Galvan, Kara Tifft and Katie Morgan accept the Ira Black Ag Mechanics Award for Como-Pickton FFA. Giving the award are Wade Bartley (left) and Clay Bartley (right). Staff photos by Todd Kleiboer
    From left, Leslie Galvan, Kara Tifft and Katie Morgan accept the Ira Black Ag Mechanics Award for Como-Pickton FFA. Giving the award are Wade Bartley (left) and Clay Bartley (right). Staff photos by Todd Kleiboer
After chasing the award for years, Robert Cash walked away with the first-place chili plaque in Saturday’s Help-A-Child Chili cook-off, and Como-Pickton FFA won Ira Black Ag Mechanics Award. “I’ve gotten third a lot of times,” Cash, who represented the Cumby Masonic Lodge #180, laughed as he received his award. Como-Pickton FFA, represented by CTE director Michael Bowen and his students, Seth…

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