One of the highlights of the Midwest Wingfest is the Wing-Eating Contest. Here, a dozen contestants, 11 men and one woman, gobbled wings quickly to see who could consume 25 chicken wings the fastest, as judges stand over them and check their progress. The Wingfest, which is held on the parking lot of St. Clair Square, helps support disabled veterans.
One of the highlights of the Midwest Wingfest is the Wing-Eating Contest. Here, a dozen contestants, 11 men and one woman, gobbled wings quickly to see who could consume 25 chicken wings the fastest, as judges stand over them and check their progress. The Wingfest, which is held on the parking lot of St. Clair Square, helps support disabled veterans. Tim Vizer
One of the highlights of the Midwest Wingfest is the Wing-Eating Contest. Here, a dozen contestants, 11 men and one woman, gobbled wings quickly to see who could consume 25 chicken wings the fastest, as judges stand over them and check their progress. The Wingfest, which is held on the parking lot of St. Clair Square, helps support disabled veterans. Tim Vizer

August festivals include homecomings, county fairs and MidWest Wingfest

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