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125-member Italian Benevolent Society of Amador County hold first ever spaghetti eating and bocce contest at 136 year old Italian picnic in Sutter Creek. The spaghetti eating contest was dominated by Mark Chamberlin, a beefy volunteer firefighter from Mokelumne Hill in Amador County. Steve Magagnini The Sacramento Bee
125-member Italian Benevolent Society of Amador County hold first ever spaghetti eating and bocce contest at 136 year old Italian picnic in Sutter Creek. The spaghetti eating contest was dominated by Mark Chamberlin, a beefy volunteer firefighter from Mokelumne Hill in Amador County. Steve Magagnini The Sacramento Bee

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