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Farm City BBQ 2008

Judy Miller, left, from Wisconsin, joins Bonnie Riceman, center and Reggie Ingham, 10, right, away from the crowds to eat their steak lunch during the Farm City BBQ, a 52-year-old tradition at the Nobles Collier Packing House in Immokalee on Wednesday, Nov. 26, 2008. Proceeds from the steak lunch benefited the local Collier County 4-H Club Foundation. Greg Kahn/Staff

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Judy Miller, left, from Wisconsin, joins Bonnie Riceman, center and Reggie Ingham, 10, right, away from the crowds to eat their steak lunch during the Farm City BBQ, a 52-year-old tradition at the Nobles Collier Packing House in Immokalee on Wednesday, Nov. 26, 2008. Proceeds from the steak lunch benefited the local Collier County 4-H Club Foundation. Greg Kahn/Staff

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  • After shucking thousands of husks of corn, Raul Montez, takes a break with his own ear during the Farm City BBQ, a 52-year-old tradition at the Nobles Collier Packing House in Immokalee on Wednesday, Nov. 26, 2008. Proceeds from the steak lunch benefited the local Collier County 4-H Club Foundation. Greg Kahn/Staff
  • Dan Page, center, greet Jack Su, center right, during the Farm City BBQ, a 52-year-old tradition at the Nobles Collier Packing House in Immokalee on Wednesday, Nov. 26, 2008. Proceeds from the steak lunch benefitted the local Collier County 4-H Club Foundation. Page who was their with his gym buddies knew he would have to work off the big meal. 'I went to the gym this morning, but I got to go tonight too,' Page said. Greg Kahn/Staff
  • Judy Miller, left, from Wisconsin, joins Bonnie Riceman, center and Reggie Ingham, 10, right, away from the crowds to eat their steak lunch during the Farm City BBQ, a 52-year-old tradition at the Nobles Collier Packing House in Immokalee on Wednesday, Nov. 26, 2008. Proceeds from the steak lunch benefited the local Collier County 4-H Club Foundation. Greg Kahn/Staff
  • Collier County Sheriff Don Hunter, left, greets a man who asked not to be identified, center, and Ed Morgan, right, after Hunter finished serving corn during the Farm City BBQ, a 52-year-old tradition at the Nobles Collier Packing House in Immokalee on Wednesday, Nov. 26, 2008. Proceeds from the steak lunch benefited the local Collier County 4-H Club Foundation. Greg Kahn/Staff
  • Thousands of people crammed inside the Nobles Collier Packing House during the Farm City BBQ, a 52-year-old tradition in Immokalee on Wednesday, Nov. 26, 2008. Proceeds from the steak lunch benefitted the local Collier County 4-H Club Foundation. Greg Kahn/Staff
  • Naples Mayor Bill Barnett dishes out salad to customers during the Farm City BBQ, a 52-year-old tradition at the Nobles Collier Packing House in Immokalee on Wednesday, Nov. 26, 2008. Proceeds from the steak lunch benefitted the local Collier County 4-H Club Foundation. Greg Kahn/Staff
  • Leslie Drake, left, and co-worker Joseph Hohmann, right, share a laugh as they finished their steak lunches during the Farm City BBQ, a 52-year-old tradition at the Nobles Collier Packing House in Immokalee on Wednesday, Nov. 26, 2008. Proceeds from the steak lunch benefitted the local Collier County 4-H Club Foundation. Greg Kahn/Staff
  • Tommy Stephens, 19, left, thumb wrestles Griffith Conrecode, 7, as they wait for their food during the Farm City BBQ, a 52-year-old tradition at the Nobles Collier Packing House in Immokalee on Wednesday, Nov. 26, 2008. Proceeds from the steak lunch benefitted the local Collier County 4-H Club Foundation. Greg Kahn/Staff

Farm City BBQ, a 52-year-old tradition at the Nobles Collier Packing House in Immokalee on Wednesday, Nov. 26, 2008. Proceeds from the steak lunch benefited the local Collier County 4-H Club Foundation. Greg Kahn/Staff

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