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Boss Hog BBQ CookOff & Art in the Park

First Posted: 5:54 am - October 9th, 2015

Shirley Russell|The Thomaston Times Thomaton’s Boss Hog BBQ CookOff and Art in the Park was held last Saturday, Sept. 26. at Greatest Generation Memorial Park. Winners of the Boss Hog BBQ were: Brunswick Stew - 1st - Daniel’s BBQ, 2nd Barnesville Blues Brothers, 3rd - J. Holt’s Smoke House. Pork Ribs - 1st - Barnesville Blues Brothers, 2nd - J. Holt’s Smoke House, 3rd - Holy Trinity. Pulled Pork - 1st - Barnesville Blues Brothers, 2nd - J. Holt’s Smoke House, 3rd - Smoke Wagon BBQ. The winners are left to right: Barnesville Blues Brothers, Daniel’s BBQ, J. Holt’s Smoke House, Smoke Wagon BBQ, and Holy Trinity.
Sponsored by the City of Thomaston, Boss Hog BBQ CookOff also had a drawing for a brand new grill. Winner of the new grill was little Parker Huckaby. His dad, Chris Huckaby, will help him learn how to use his new grill.
In a change from previous settings, the grillers and artists set up their stations under the pine trees in the north end of the park. People lined up to buy and eat the tasty barbecue.
Art in the Park was sponsored by the Thomaston-Upson Arts Council. Artist Steve Mimbs displays one of his oil paintings on sale at the festival.
Melinda Burns (right) has fun selling some of her jewelry to Linda Hurt.
Chip and Erin Clarke check out some of the wreaths for sale at one booth.
Brenda Skurja with Deja Vu Candles helps Sarah Brawner check out the Victoria Christmas Candle. In the background is Brenda’s daughter, Annie Skurja.
Artist Dan Dunnahoo (left, behind artwork) enjoys the day with visitrs Bryan and Melissa Heard and their dog, Killer.
Bernard Little and Chamessia Davis take a break from cooking up some delicious barbecue.
Gale Hammock and Laila Fallin of the City of Thomaston get ready to grab the winning ticket for the grill.
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Shirley Russell|The Thomaston Times

Thomaton’s Boss Hog BBQ CookOff and Art in the Park was held last Saturday, Sept. 26. at Greatest Generation Memorial Park. Winners of the Boss Hog BBQ were: Brunswick Stew – 1st – Daniel’s BBQ, 2nd Barnesville Blues Brothers, 3rd – J. Holt’s Smoke House. Pork Ribs – 1st – Barnesville Blues Brothers, 2nd – J. Holt’s Smoke House, 3rd – Holy Trinity. Pulled Pork – 1st – Barnesville Blues Brothers, 2nd – J. Holt’s Smoke House, 3rd – Smoke Wagon BBQ. The winners are left to right: Barnesville Blues Brothers, Daniel’s BBQ, J. Holt’s Smoke House, Smoke Wagon BBQ, and Holy Trinity.

Sponsored by the City of Thomaston, Boss Hog BBQ CookOff also had a drawing for a brand new grill. Winner of the new grill was little Parker Huckaby. His dad, Chris Huckaby, will help him learn how to use his new grill.

In a change from previous settings, the grillers and artists set up their stations under the pine trees in the north end of the park. People lined up to buy and eat the tasty barbecue.

Art in the Park was sponsored by the Thomaston-Upson Arts Council. Artist Steve Mimbs displays one of his oil paintings on sale at the festival.

Melinda Burns (right) has fun selling some of her jewelry to Linda Hurt.

Chip and Erin Clarke check out some of the wreaths for sale at one booth.

Brenda Skurja with Deja Vu Candles helps Sarah Brawner check out the Victoria Christmas Candle. In the background is Brenda’s daughter, Annie Skurja.

Artist Dan Dunnahoo (left, behind artwork) enjoys the day with visitrs Bryan and Melissa Heard and their dog, Killer.

Bernard Little and Chamessia Davis take a break from cooking up some delicious barbecue.

Gale Hammock and Laila Fallin of the City of Thomaston get ready to grab the winning ticket for the grill.

Shirley Russell|The Thomaston Times Thomaton’s Boss Hog BBQ CookOff and Art in the Park was held last Saturday, Sept. 26. at Greatest Generation Memorial Park. Winners of the Boss Hog BBQ were: Brunswick Stew – 1st – Daniel’s BBQ, 2nd Barnesville Blues Brothers, 3rd – J. Holt’s Smoke House. Pork Ribs – 1st – Barnesville Blues Brothers, 2nd – J. Holt’s Smoke House, 3rd – Holy Trinity. Pulled Pork – 1st – Barnesville Blues Brothers, 2nd – J. Holt’s Smoke House, 3rd – Smoke Wagon BBQ. The winners are left to right: Barnesville Blues Brothers, Daniel’s BBQ, J. Holt’s Smoke House, Smoke Wagon BBQ, and Holy Trinity.
http://thomastontimes.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/web1_BH-11-Barnesville-Blues-Brothers-Daniels-BBQ-in-back-the-tall-guy-J.-Holt-s-Smoke-House-Smoke-Wagon-BBQ-and-Holy-Trinity-with-chefs-Issac-Walker-and-Patrice-Walker.jpgShirley Russell|The Thomaston Times Thomaton’s Boss Hog BBQ CookOff and Art in the Park was held last Saturday, Sept. 26. at Greatest Generation Memorial Park. Winners of the Boss Hog BBQ were: Brunswick Stew – 1st – Daniel’s BBQ, 2nd Barnesville Blues Brothers, 3rd – J. Holt’s Smoke House. Pork Ribs – 1st – Barnesville Blues Brothers, 2nd – J. Holt’s Smoke House, 3rd – Holy Trinity. Pulled Pork – 1st – Barnesville Blues Brothers, 2nd – J. Holt’s Smoke House, 3rd – Smoke Wagon BBQ. The winners are left to right: Barnesville Blues Brothers, Daniel’s BBQ, J. Holt’s Smoke House, Smoke Wagon BBQ, and Holy Trinity.

Sponsored by the City of Thomaston, Boss Hog BBQ CookOff also had a drawing for a brand new grill. Winner of the new grill was little Parker Huckaby. His dad, Chris Huckaby, will help him learn how to use his new grill.
http://thomastontimes.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/web1_BJ-10-The-winner-little-Parker-Huckaby-with-father-Chris-Huckaby.jpgSponsored by the City of Thomaston, Boss Hog BBQ CookOff also had a drawing for a brand new grill. Winner of the new grill was little Parker Huckaby. His dad, Chris Huckaby, will help him learn how to use his new grill.

In a change from previous settings, the grillers and artists set up their stations under the pine trees in the north end of the park. People lined up to buy and eat the tasty barbecue.
http://thomastontimes.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/web1_BH-1.jpgIn a change from previous settings, the grillers and artists set up their stations under the pine trees in the north end of the park. People lined up to buy and eat the tasty barbecue.

Art in the Park was sponsored by the Thomaston-Upson Arts Council. Artist Steve Mimbs displays one of his oil paintings on sale at the festival.
http://thomastontimes.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/web1_BH-2-Steve-Mimbs-with-Artist-in-Oil.jpgArt in the Park was sponsored by the Thomaston-Upson Arts Council. Artist Steve Mimbs displays one of his oil paintings on sale at the festival.

Melinda Burns (right) has fun selling some of her jewelry to Linda Hurt.
http://thomastontimes.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/web1_BH-3-Melinda-Burns-selling-jewelry-to-Linda-Hurt.jpgMelinda Burns (right) has fun selling some of her jewelry to Linda Hurt.

Chip and Erin Clarke check out some of the wreaths for sale at one booth.
http://thomastontimes.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/web1_BH-4-Chip-and-Erin-Clarke.jpgChip and Erin Clarke check out some of the wreaths for sale at one booth.

Brenda Skurja with Deja Vu Candles helps Sarah Brawner check out the Victoria Christmas Candle. In the background is Brenda’s daughter, Annie Skurja.
http://thomastontimes.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/web1_BH-5-Brenda-Skurja-with-Deja-Vu-and-Sarah-Brawner-smelling-Victoria-X-mas-candle.-Daugher-Annie-Skurja-in-background.jpgBrenda Skurja with Deja Vu Candles helps Sarah Brawner check out the Victoria Christmas Candle. In the background is Brenda’s daughter, Annie Skurja.

Artist Dan Dunnahoo (left, behind artwork) enjoys the day with visitrs Bryan and Melissa Heard and their dog, Killer.
http://thomastontimes.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/web1_BH-6-Dan-Dunnahoo-with-waving-hand-and-eating-a-piece-of-rib.-Bryan-Heard-and-Melissa-Heard-with-Dog-named-Killer.jpgArtist Dan Dunnahoo (left, behind artwork) enjoys the day with visitrs Bryan and Melissa Heard and their dog, Killer.

Bernard Little and Chamessia Davis take a break from cooking up some delicious barbecue.
http://thomastontimes.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/web1_BH-7-Bernard-Little-and-Chamessia-Davis.jpgBernard Little and Chamessia Davis take a break from cooking up some delicious barbecue.

Gale Hammock and Laila Fallin of the City of Thomaston get ready to grab the winning ticket for the grill.
http://thomastontimes.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/web1_BH-8-Gail-Hanmmock-and-Laila-Fallin-pulling-winner-of-ticket.jpgGale Hammock and Laila Fallin of the City of Thomaston get ready to grab the winning ticket for the grill.
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