Bidding gets hot for Williams’ picante
Mar 19, 2009 | 642 views | 0 0 comments | 7 7 recommendations | email to a friend | print
Betsy Williams’ recipe for picante sauce won top honors Saturday at the fair. The winning batch of hot sauce was auctioned for scholarship money.

Refugio County’s high schools seniors who have participated in the Junior Livestock Show or in the exhibit building are eligible to apply.

This year’s buyers include Mr. & Mrs. Zack Williams, Kelley & Clara O’Brien, Lindsay & Jacob Cobb, Matthew Felcman, Justin Walker, McCool Livestock & Mol-Mix, Johnny & Marina Garcia, Megan & Alexa Montemayor, Mic O’Brien, Mr. & Mrs. Charles Feuerbacher, Parker & Parker Acct. Srvc, Ronald & Patsy Hicks, Ruben Garcia, Rue Ann Claybrook & Sons, Russell & Debbie Sternadel, Sean & Seth Ponce, Sherri Myers, Southern Steel & Supply, and Trace Claybrook.

Other purchasers are Veronica & Ramiro Rocha, Jr. Johnny & Ditty Gold, Service Junction Inc., Woodsboro Farmers CoOp, Act II Guide Service, John Morgan O’Brien, South Central Cementers, Alvin Niemann, Andrew & Tina McGuill, Anita Barber, Arlen Walker, and Bart Lindemann.

Other buyers are Basic Energy Services, Bayside-Richardson Gin, Betty Bauer, Bobby Williams Family, Broke Loose Land & Cattle, H & R Block of Woodsboro, Joel & Tina Gillespie, Bubba & Cindy Wiginton, J.L.C. Enterprises, Gallagher Family, Dennis Bellows Family, David & Brenda Mundine, Darryll Ressmann, Country Slaughter, Carlyle Franklin, Buck Kelley, and James McKibin.

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