Crowds at Cookout Co-owner of Good Graces, Bobbi Gregory, served up hotdogs and hamburgers free of charge to all attendees. Over 300 hamburgers and 120 hotdogs were served on Saturday thanks to grillmaster Adam Webb. Veggies, chips, and 400 cookies were provided by Tyler Morris of Subway of Willow Springs. Niylah Rigdon with her mother, Chelsea, and Reva McLain. Niylah won the Simmons Bank basket door prize. Tyler McCormick won Best in Show at the car show with his 2008 Ford Mustang Roush 427R. Sharon Rabun took second with her 1957 Chevy Belair (not pictured). Sharon was also the grand prize winner of the cookout, taking home a $200 plus value home starter flower garden set from MONARK Realty. Third place in the car show was Bob Berry and Mary Goolsby with their 1946 Studebaker. Prizes for the car show included oil changes from Bailey Chevy and Randy’s of Willow Springs, Casey’s gift cards from American Family Insurance agent Donnie Wells, and a car detailing kit from Good Graces Pharmacy. The annual Good Graces Family and Friends Cookout took place Saturday during a welcome break in the rainy weather. The event featured door prizes, a health fair, a car show, and free food. Entertainment for children included cornhole boards and sidewalk chalk. Pictured is Daniel Krecker, Jr., son of Sarah and Cody Gregory and Daniel Krecker.