Beer & Brats At The Museum

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The Northern Gila County Historical Society held the first event of the week-long celebration of Payson's 125th Anniversary.

The food and events manager for the 125th, Gary Bedsworth, served German potato salad and German-style sauerkraut and cooked the brats made by Charlie Adcock, a local German butcher and owner of Charlie's Meats.

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Dese Muller, left, and her sister Anne Diener fill out the back of many raffle tickets in the hope of winning the Quilt made in celebration of Payson's 125th Anniversary. The evening's festivities of a Beer Garden complete with beer, brats, German potato salad and sauerkraut at the Northern Gila County Historical Museum kicked off the start of the 125th Anniversary Week.

Beer and Brats is an annual event of the Northern Gila County Historical Society. This year the event was held outside on the grass at the museum to give it a German beer garden flavor.

Each attendee was given either a beer or wine glass with the 125th logo on it. Also being offered were auction or raffle ticket items.

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