Seven-year-old Gauge Davis delved deep into his task as he participated in the pie-eating contest at the Mission Country Fall Festival on Sunday. / Kevin Mills Photos

VIDEO, PHOTOS: Pie-eating aficionados in Mission

Annual Country Fall Fair featured entertainment, local produce and a pie-eating contest

Despite a heavy downpour of rain, the Mission Country Fall Fair still attracted plenty of people.

The annual event, which took place Sunday, Sept. 15 at Fraser River Heritage Park, featured local produce, flowers and plants, as well as Fraser Valley artisans and vendors selling everything from jam and jewelry to soap, woodworking and clothing.

There was entertainment and the always popular pie-eating contest.

This year’s winners of the contest were:

First – Brandie McDonald

Second – Cheryl Paul

Third – Caitlyn Clubbe

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The winners of the pie-eating contest at the annual Mission Country Fall Fair were (from left to right) Cheryl Paul (second), Brandie McDonald (first) and Caitlyn Clubbe (third). / Jamie Hayes Photo

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