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4-H Annual Baking Contest

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Friday, October 02, 2020, 09:00am - 03:00pm

This year’s 4-H annual baking contest, which usually takes place at the Grant County Fair, will still happen, just under different circumstances due to COVID-19. 

Please read ALL the instructions, because they have changed!

Entries will be taken for both Adult and Youth Categories in Cakes, Cookies/Brownies and Pies. 

Prizes will be awarded 1st – 3rd place in each category, Adult and Youth.  A 1st place prize winner will receive $50, 2nd place $25, and 3rd place $10. 

People entering will need to bring their entry to the Grant County Extension Office at 2610 N. Silver Street on Friday, Oct 2, 2020 between 9 a.m. and 3 p.m.

Entries MUST be in disposable dishware with a taste serving for the judge from each. Dishes or plates will not be returned!

Cakes and pies MUST be WHOLE in order to sell them the next day at the Farmer’s Market, so participants will have to bake TWO, one for the family/friends minus ONE piece for the judge and the whole, uncut one.

Bring to the Extension Office the whole pie or cake PLUS the piece for judging on Friday.

One cookie or brownie should be in a separate baggie for the judge and the rest may all be together. 

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