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Ready for a Rib Ruckus

-Messenger photo by Chad Thompson
Brayden Feeley, 4, of Fort Dodge, takes a bite out of a rib Saturday at City Square Park during the annual Rib Ruckus presented by the Rural Iowa Barbecue Society.
-Messenger photo by Chad Thompson
Jay Ort, of T-Roy's Barbecue in Fort Dodge, is all smiles as he holds a rack of ribs during the annual Rib Ruckus event Saturday at City Square Park.
-Messenger photo by Chad Thompson
RIGHT: Evan Pratt, 16, of Fort Dodge, stands next to a 1938 Chevy pickup during a car show at Rib Ruckus on Saturday at City Square Park in Fort Dodge. His grandpa, Glenn Yenger, also of Fort Dodge, owns the truck, which the pair worked on together.
-Messenger photo by Chad Thompson
Martin Zaugg, left and Denver Knobloch, 15, both of West Bend, hold up some tall corn stalks that came out of a field at Bradgate. The two were showing off corn and their ultimate taste seasoning mix at the Rib Ruckus at City Square Park on Saturday.
-Messenger photo by Chad Thompson
Jon Meek, of Fort Dodge, looks over a rib fresh out of the grill Saturday during Rib Ruckus at City Square Park.
-Messenger photo by Chad Thompson
Chadd Attig, of Fort Dodge, watches as one of the bags he tossed found its mark during Rib Ruckus on Saturday at City Square Park in Fort Dodge. Attig advanced to the final three in the corn hole tournament.
-Messenger photo by Chad Thompson
The passenger in Ray Pickett's Chevy Fleetline could have afforded to put some meat on his bones Saturday at Rib Ruckus at City Square Park. The event, which also featured a car show, was hosted by the Rural Iowa Barbecue Society.

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