I hope everyone had a good time at The Fall Festival, got
an early start on their Christmas shopping and got a little
scared going through the Haunted House.
The winners of the 18th annual Cowbelle's Chili Cook- Off
were, Chili First Place Loyd Waters, and second Grant Smith.
Biscuits First Place Loyd Waters, Second Jennifer Lindsey and
Third Grant Smith. The Youth Biscuit Award went to Hunter Lindsey.
The people's choice award went to ~ Biscuits Grant Smith and
Chili Loyd Waters.
The judges for the Chili were Doug Stacy, Jr. Nolan and Leon
Reynolds. The Biscuit judges were Jeni Blancarte, Joyce Nolan
and Danny Neelson.
The Cowbelles would like to give a special thanks to all the
business that donated for prizes. They are in Duncan - 3 Sisters
Bakery, Duncan Valley Electric, Stage Stop Convenience Store,
G&G Grocery, Hilda's Market, The Outpost Convenience Store
and The Chaparral Motel and Convenience Store - and in Safford
- Thriftee Market, Matlock Gas, The Farm Bureau, Main Street
Café, Bricks Café, La Palloma Cafe, Pollock's
Western Wear, Casa Manana Cafe and Haralson Auto.
The annual Cowbelles Christmas Dinner Dance for Cowbelles,
Cattlemen and their guest will be held at the American Legion
Building at 51 Frisco Avenue in Clifton Saturday December 10.
Meat, bread and a drink is provided, guest are requested to
bring a side dish and their own place settings.
Dinner is at 6:00 pm the dance starts at 8:00 pm, and music
will be provided by Desert Thunder. Admission is $8.00 a couple
$6.00 for single. There will also be a Raffle and Auction.
The Duncan Woman's Club Christmas House - featuring lots of
homemade crafts and good food - will be open on December 1,
2 and 3. They plan to have a special Christmas Raffle and Denim
Quilt Raffle. The tickets are one chance for a dollar six chances
for five dollars.
On the 2nd of December St Mary's Church in Duncan plans to
change into a Café for a day and from 9:00 am to 6:00
pm will serve delicious Mexican food made to order.
The 2011 Clifton Festival of Lights will be held on Saturday
December 3. This year's theme is " A Christmas Wish List" There
will be lots of fun, good food, handcrafted gifts and of course
the Light Parade.
Due to a scheduling problem, Duncan's Small Town Christmas
has been changed from Friday December 2 to Saturday December
10. The theme this year is "A Fairytale Christmas." Entertainment,
craft vendors, food vendors and horse drawn trolley rides will
begin at the park at noon. Santa will be at Spezia Square throughout
the day and children can get their pictures taken with him
at no cost.
The Light Parade will start at 6:00 pm from East Avenue and
go down to Stadium Boulevard.