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Ardmore cooking competition benefits sick kids

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A barbecue competition in Ardmore benefits children in rural Oklahoma who need transportation to hospitals. (KTEN) A barbecue competition in Ardmore benefits children in rural Oklahoma who need transportation to hospitals. (KTEN)

ARDMORE, Okla. -- The Ardmore Shrine Club hosted its annual barbecue cook-off at the Red Dirt Brewhouse this weekend.

Money raised at the event is used to help transport kids in rural parts of Oklahoma to hospitals to receive treatment.

Shrine Club president Shannon Houchin said they were serving up great food for a great cause.

"I'm glad that I'm part of an organization to help children, to make their life and grow up, and so we are here for them," he said.

Houchin said this was the first year the International Barbeque Cookers Association was involved in the competition.

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