Since the beginning of man games and contest have been the main source of entertainment. From gladiator battles in the arena, to the Olympics, our desire to celebrate competition and proclaim a champion has been well documented. It's in our blood. The Keystone Clash was created to:
1. Recognize those expert hobbyist for their achievement in the hobby by giving them an "arena" to display their fish and to have their fish judged by an expert panel of judges who then crown a champion
2. Promote the hobby by creating a public event that hobbyist and non-hobbyist alike can attend and receive information aimed at educating and advancing the hobby.
3. Promote unity and fellowship between clubs and hobbyist
~ Scott McLaughlin
King and Queen Cichlids