Pie, cake auctions held at fair


By Evelyn Long - The Sentinel



Vickie McKinney, center holds her grand champion pecan pie purchased by the Morrow County Republicans for $350. On the right is Renee Holtsberry, who baked the reserve mixed berry pie, purchased by Carter Electric for $400.

Vickie McKinney, center holds her grand champion pecan pie purchased by the Morrow County Republicans for $350. On the right is Renee Holtsberry, who baked the reserve mixed berry pie, purchased by Carter Electric for $400.


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Charlotte Benedict with her grand champion Lady Baltimore Cake purchased by Andrew Wick For Prosecutor for $300 and Vickie McKinney with the reserve champion cake, Jane’s Carrot Cake, purchased by Tim Wert and Eichorn Farms for $200.


Courtesy Photos | LeAnne Gompf

From left, Don and Andrew Wick, of Wick Law Firm, who purchased the reserve champion kids cake, a S’mores-baked by Kinley Holtsberry for $350. At right, Tom Smith,who purchased the kids champion cake, a carrot baked by Alex Scott, for $200.


Courtesy Photos | LeAnne Gompf

MOUNT GILEAD — The annual Morrow County Fair Pie and Cake auction generated a total of $4,955.00 when it was held Saturday, Aug. 31.

The Champion Cake, a Lady Baltimore, was baked by Charlotte Benedict and purchased by Andrew Wick For Prosecutor for $300.

Tim Wert and Eichorn Farms purchased Vickie McKinney’s reserve champion Jane’s Carrot Cake for $200.

The Grand Champion pie, a pecan also baked by McKInney, was purchased by the Morrow County Republicans for $350.

Carter Electric purchased the reserve champion pie, a mixed berry baked by Renee Holtsberry, for $400.

The Grand Champion Kids cake, a carrot cake baked by Alex Scott was purchased by Tom Smith for $200 and the reserve champion kids cake, a S’mores, was baked by Kinley Holtsberry and purchased by the Wick Law Firm for $350.

The money generated from the sale funds ribbons, awards, etc. Auctioneers were Bill Creswell, Brandon Strain and Spencer Adams.

Vickie McKinney, center holds her grand champion pecan pie purchased by the Morrow County Republicans for $350. On the right is Renee Holtsberry, who baked the reserve mixed berry pie, purchased by Carter Electric for $400.
https://www.morrowcountysentinel.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/29/2019/09/web1_Grand-Champion-and-reserve-champion-pies-2019.jpgVickie McKinney, center holds her grand champion pecan pie purchased by the Morrow County Republicans for $350. On the right is Renee Holtsberry, who baked the reserve mixed berry pie, purchased by Carter Electric for $400. Courtesy Photos | LeAnne Gompf

Charlotte Benedict with her grand champion Lady Baltimore Cake purchased by Andrew Wick For Prosecutor for $300 and Vickie McKinney with the reserve champion cake, Jane’s Carrot Cake, purchased by Tim Wert and Eichorn Farms for $200.
https://www.morrowcountysentinel.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/29/2019/09/web1_Grand-Champion-Cake-and-Reserve-champion-cake-and-buyers-2019.jpgCharlotte Benedict with her grand champion Lady Baltimore Cake purchased by Andrew Wick For Prosecutor for $300 and Vickie McKinney with the reserve champion cake, Jane’s Carrot Cake, purchased by Tim Wert and Eichorn Farms for $200. Courtesy Photos | LeAnne Gompf

From left, Don and Andrew Wick, of Wick Law Firm, who purchased the reserve champion kids cake, a S’mores-baked by Kinley Holtsberry for $350. At right, Tom Smith,who purchased the kids champion cake, a carrot baked by Alex Scott, for $200.
https://www.morrowcountysentinel.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/29/2019/09/web1_Kids-champion-and-reserve-champion-cakes-2019.jpgFrom left, Don and Andrew Wick, of Wick Law Firm, who purchased the reserve champion kids cake, a S’mores-baked by Kinley Holtsberry for $350. At right, Tom Smith,who purchased the kids champion cake, a carrot baked by Alex Scott, for $200. Courtesy Photos | LeAnne Gompf

By Evelyn Long

The Sentinel