There is hardly anything quite so glamorous as the Mr. Garrett County Contest, held this past weekend by the Naylor's Hardware Relay for Life team. Thirteen local men donned their Spandex, garters, and sequins for the American Cancer Society/Cindy's Fund benefit event, and then gave performances as their characters for the panel of judges. In the end, Tim Miller, a.k.a. Cher, was presented with the Mr. Garrett County crown and title. He is pictured in the photo above, at right. Miller is the deputy circuit court clerk at the Garrett County Courthouse. In the talent portion, he sang "I Got You, Babe," to a cardboard cutout of Sonny Bono. With him in the photo are Keith Harvey (Tina Turner), left, who was named Mr. Popular by garnering the audience choice, and Ted Raynovich as Wonder Woman, center, who won the Mr. Money award for bringing in the most raised funds. Pictured below is Richard Stevens, belting out a tune as Susan Boyle. (He apparently sounded really good.) The other men taking part were Bob Gatto, Jim Raley, Stephan Moylan, Paul Edwards, Don Richter, Matt Eggleston, Jeff McCauley, Bill Grant, and Chris Nichols.