Catfish Festival a hit despite weather threat

  • Sunday, March 30, 2014

Dan Brown/Independent Brittany Adams and Kimberlynn Moody enjoy a laugh while riding the Scrambler at the St. Stephen Catfish Festival.


“We had a nice turnout in spite of the threat of weather,” said festival coordinator Johnny Broome. “We lost a few vendors because of the rain but with the rides and the crowd the Catfish Festival was a nice success.”

Bob Evans of Moncks Corner took top prize at the Catfish Stew Cook-Off with Anthony Davidson finishing second for the fourth straight year, and Charles Dunning, a two-time cook off winner, placing third.

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