Farm Days pie auctions profitable


First place pie auctioned during Farm Days a caramel apple. Baked by Rachel Bush of Edison and purchased by Andrew Wick for Prosecutor for $500.

First place pie auctioned during Farm Days a caramel apple. Baked by Rachel Bush of Edison and purchased by Andrew Wick for Prosecutor for $500.


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Kasey Kincaid with her second place blueberry pie purchased for $250 by Masonic Lodge #206, represented by (from left) Kelly Wilt, Chris Lloyd and Mike Porter.


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Jackie Johnson, with her fourth place pie a pineapple pie that sold for $70, Wayne Hinkle, Jeanette Kincaid, with her third place pie, a peach pie, which sold for $200 to Hinkle Builders and Hinkle’s Marengo Hardware, and Paul Hinkle.


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MOUNT GILEAD — The nine pies auctioned during Farm Days generated $1,810.

Those baking the pies received half of the proceeds and the Farm Days club received the other half.

The sale prices for the pies ranged from a high of $500 to a low of $70. Masonic Lodge #206, purchaser of the second place pie for $250, returned the pie to be resold for an additional $140 that is given to the club.

Edison resident Rachel Bush’s first place caramel/apple pie was purchased by Andrew Wick for Prosecutor for $500.

Kasey Kincaid, Galion, won second place with her blueberry pie which was sold for $250 to Masonic Lodge #206, represent- ed by members Kelly Wilt, Chris Lloyd and Mike Porter. They returned the pie to be re-auctioned and it was sold again for $140.

Hinkle Builders and Hinkle’s Marengo Hardware, purchased both the third place pie ($200) baked by Jeanette Kincaid of Galion and fourth place ($70) pie, a pineapple baked by Jackie Johnson of Cardington.

First place pie auctioned during Farm Days a caramel apple. Baked by Rachel Bush of Edison and purchased by Andrew Wick for Prosecutor for $500.
https://www.morrowcountysentinel.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/29/2019/08/web1_First-place-pie-winner-2019-Wick-1.jpgFirst place pie auctioned during Farm Days a caramel apple. Baked by Rachel Bush of Edison and purchased by Andrew Wick for Prosecutor for $500. Courtesy Photos

Kasey Kincaid with her second place blueberry pie purchased for $250 by Masonic Lodge #206, represented by (from left) Kelly Wilt, Chris Lloyd and Mike Porter.
https://www.morrowcountysentinel.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/29/2019/08/web1_Second-place-pie-winner-Farm-Days-2019-Kasey-Kinkaid-1.jpgKasey Kincaid with her second place blueberry pie purchased for $250 by Masonic Lodge #206, represented by (from left) Kelly Wilt, Chris Lloyd and Mike Porter. Courtesy Photos

Jackie Johnson, with her fourth place pie a pineapple pie that sold for $70, Wayne Hinkle, Jeanette Kincaid, with her third place pie, a peach pie, which sold for $200 to Hinkle Builders and Hinkle’s Marengo Hardware, and Paul Hinkle.
https://www.morrowcountysentinel.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/29/2019/08/web1_third-and-fourth-place-pie-winners-2019-Farm-Days-1.jpgJackie Johnson, with her fourth place pie a pineapple pie that sold for $70, Wayne Hinkle, Jeanette Kincaid, with her third place pie, a peach pie, which sold for $200 to Hinkle Builders and Hinkle’s Marengo Hardware, and Paul Hinkle. Courtesy Photos