Taking a bite


Scott Halasz and Whitney Vickers | Greene County News The Greene County Fairgrounds hosted a watermelon eating contest Wednesday, and individuals of varying ages dug in. Participants had to keep their hands behind their backs as they ate the juicy fruit, and whoever finished first was declared the winner. Officials offered the remainder of the watermelon to observers after the contest concluded.


Scott Halasz and Whitney Vickers | Greene County News The Greene County Fairgrounds hosted a watermelon eating contest Wednesday, and individuals of varying ages dug in. Participants had to keep their hands behind their backs as they ate the juicy fruit, and whoever finished first was declared the winner. Officials offered the remainder of the watermelon to observers after the contest concluded.


Scott Halasz and Whitney Vickers | Greene County News The Greene County Fairgrounds hosted a watermelon eating contest Wednesday, and individuals of varying ages dug in. Participants had to keep their hands behind their backs as they ate the juicy fruit, and whoever finished first was declared the winner. Officials offered the remainder of the watermelon to observers after the contest concluded.


Scott Halasz and Whitney Vickers | Greene County News

The Greene County Fairgrounds hosted a watermelon eating contest Wednesday, and individuals of varying ages dug in. Participants had to keep their hands behind their backs as they ate the juicy fruit, and whoever finished first was declared the winner. Officials offered the remainder of the watermelon to observers after the contest concluded.

Scott Halasz and Whitney Vickers | Greene County News

The Greene County Fairgrounds hosted a watermelon eating contest Wednesday, and individuals of varying ages dug in. Participants had to keep their hands behind their backs as they ate the juicy fruit, and whoever finished first was declared the winner. Officials offered the remainder of the watermelon to observers after the contest concluded.

Scott Halasz and Whitney Vickers | Greene County News

The Greene County Fairgrounds hosted a watermelon eating contest Wednesday, and individuals of varying ages dug in. Participants had to keep their hands behind their backs as they ate the juicy fruit, and whoever finished first was declared the winner. Officials offered the remainder of the watermelon to observers after the contest concluded.

Scott Halasz and Whitney Vickers | Greene County News The Greene County Fairgrounds hosted a watermelon eating contest Wednesday, and individuals of varying ages dug in. Participants had to keep their hands behind their backs as they ate the juicy fruit, and whoever finished first was declared the winner. Officials offered the remainder of the watermelon to observers after the contest concluded.
http://xeniagazette.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/08/web1_DSC_1127.jpgScott Halasz and Whitney Vickers | Greene County News The Greene County Fairgrounds hosted a watermelon eating contest Wednesday, and individuals of varying ages dug in. Participants had to keep their hands behind their backs as they ate the juicy fruit, and whoever finished first was declared the winner. Officials offered the remainder of the watermelon to observers after the contest concluded.

Scott Halasz and Whitney Vickers | Greene County News The Greene County Fairgrounds hosted a watermelon eating contest Wednesday, and individuals of varying ages dug in. Participants had to keep their hands behind their backs as they ate the juicy fruit, and whoever finished first was declared the winner. Officials offered the remainder of the watermelon to observers after the contest concluded.
http://xeniagazette.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/08/web1_DSC_0014.jpgScott Halasz and Whitney Vickers | Greene County News The Greene County Fairgrounds hosted a watermelon eating contest Wednesday, and individuals of varying ages dug in. Participants had to keep their hands behind their backs as they ate the juicy fruit, and whoever finished first was declared the winner. Officials offered the remainder of the watermelon to observers after the contest concluded.

Scott Halasz and Whitney Vickers | Greene County News The Greene County Fairgrounds hosted a watermelon eating contest Wednesday, and individuals of varying ages dug in. Participants had to keep their hands behind their backs as they ate the juicy fruit, and whoever finished first was declared the winner. Officials offered the remainder of the watermelon to observers after the contest concluded.
http://xeniagazette.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/08/web1_DSC_00241.jpgScott Halasz and Whitney Vickers | Greene County News The Greene County Fairgrounds hosted a watermelon eating contest Wednesday, and individuals of varying ages dug in. Participants had to keep their hands behind their backs as they ate the juicy fruit, and whoever finished first was declared the winner. Officials offered the remainder of the watermelon to observers after the contest concluded.
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