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Amazing Week continued on Wednesday evening in Weston.

The big draw? A single elimination cornhole tournament at Lively Park. Eleven two-man teams competed for a first place prize of $200. The runners-up and third place finishers won $100 and $50, respectively.

"This is actually about double the size as it was last year. The cornhole tournament is part of the amazing week that we have once a year. Every day we've had something different in the evening. It's about doubled, and like I said, we've got a lot of competition going on," said Cyndi Ryley.

Weston's Amazing Week will continue Thursday night at the Lewis County Senior Center with a history challenge in honor of West Virginia's 150th birthday.