Farm Days Pie Bake Off results


By Evelyn Long - For The Sentinel



This was the first place pie at the Farm Days pie auction, a strawberry rhubarb baked by Kathy Rogers, in front, and purchased by Mount Gilead Masonic Lodge #206 for $310. Standing from left: Chris Lloyd , Mike Porter, Brenda Harden They donated this pie back to be re-auctioned and it brought an additional $60.

This was the first place pie at the Farm Days pie auction, a strawberry rhubarb baked by Kathy Rogers, in front, and purchased by Mount Gilead Masonic Lodge #206 for $310. Standing from left: Chris Lloyd , Mike Porter, Brenda Harden They donated this pie back to be re-auctioned and it brought an additional $60.


Courtesy photos | Valerie Mories

Third place pie baked, an apple baked by Rachel Bush of Edison, and purchased for $125 by the Axthelm family. Shown from left: Rachel Bush with Bev and Peyton Axthelm, who purchased the pie for $125.


Courtesy photos | Valerie Mories

The fourth place pie, a pecan chocolate chip baked by Kim Porter and purchased by Wick Law Firm for $125. Shown, from left: Andrew Wick, Kim Porter and Don Wick.


Courtesy photos | Valerie Mories

Second place pie was an apple baked by Kasey Kincaid of Galion purchased by Morrow County Republicans for $225. Kasey Kincaid is shown in front. Back, from left: Andy Wick, Kim Bood, Tom Whiston, Morrow County John Hinton and Tim Seigfried.


Courtesy photos | Valerie Mories

MOUNT GILEAD — A total of $1,055 was generated when the Morrow County Antique Tractor and Equipment Associationheld its Pie Bake Off.

There were eight pies auctioned in the contest. Serving as auctioneer was Jon Axthelm. He was assisted by three others.

First place pie, a Strawberrry Rhubarb, was baked by Kathy Rogers of Mount Gilead. It was purchased by the Masonic Lodge for $310. They donated this pie to be resold and it brought an additional $80, which went directly to

the club.

Second place pie, an apple, was baked by Kasey Kincaid of Galion and purchased by the Morrow County Republicans for $225.

Third place, an apple pie, was baked by Rachel Bush of Edison and purchased by the Axthelm Family for $125.

The fourth place pie, a Pecan Chocolate Chip, was baked by Kim Porter of Mount Gilead and purchased by Don Wick, of Mount Gilead.

The bakers receive half of the proceeds and the club receives the other half. The lowest price garnered for a pie was $50.

This was the first place pie at the Farm Days pie auction, a strawberry rhubarb baked by Kathy Rogers, in front, and purchased by Mount Gilead Masonic Lodge #206 for $310. Standing from left: Chris Lloyd , Mike Porter, Brenda Harden They donated this pie back to be re-auctioned and it brought an additional $60.
https://www.morrowcountysentinel.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/29/2021/08/web1_First-Place-pie-Masons-001.jpgThis was the first place pie at the Farm Days pie auction, a strawberry rhubarb baked by Kathy Rogers, in front, and purchased by Mount Gilead Masonic Lodge #206 for $310. Standing from left: Chris Lloyd , Mike Porter, Brenda Harden They donated this pie back to be re-auctioned and it brought an additional $60. Courtesy photos | Valerie Mories

Third place pie baked, an apple baked by Rachel Bush of Edison, and purchased for $125 by the Axthelm family. Shown from left: Rachel Bush with Bev and Peyton Axthelm, who purchased the pie for $125.
https://www.morrowcountysentinel.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/29/2021/08/web1_Third-Place-pie-Axthelms-purchased-001.jpgThird place pie baked, an apple baked by Rachel Bush of Edison, and purchased for $125 by the Axthelm family. Shown from left: Rachel Bush with Bev and Peyton Axthelm, who purchased the pie for $125. Courtesy photos | Valerie Mories

The fourth place pie, a pecan chocolate chip baked by Kim Porter and purchased by Wick Law Firm for $125. Shown, from left: Andrew Wick, Kim Porter and Don Wick.
https://www.morrowcountysentinel.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/29/2021/08/web1_Fourth-Place-pie-Wicks-purchased-001.jpgThe fourth place pie, a pecan chocolate chip baked by Kim Porter and purchased by Wick Law Firm for $125. Shown, from left: Andrew Wick, Kim Porter and Don Wick. Courtesy photos | Valerie Mories

Second place pie was an apple baked by Kasey Kincaid of Galion purchased by Morrow County Republicans for $225. Kasey Kincaid is shown in front. Back, from left: Andy Wick, Kim Bood, Tom Whiston, Morrow County John Hinton and Tim Seigfried.
https://www.morrowcountysentinel.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/29/2021/08/web1_Second-place-pie-Republicans-001.jpgSecond place pie was an apple baked by Kasey Kincaid of Galion purchased by Morrow County Republicans for $225. Kasey Kincaid is shown in front. Back, from left: Andy Wick, Kim Bood, Tom Whiston, Morrow County John Hinton and Tim Seigfried. Courtesy photos | Valerie Mories

By Evelyn Long

For The Sentinel