Successful pie auction held at Farm Days


By Evelyn Long - For the Sentinel



First place pie in the Farm Days Pie auction a Cinnamon Apple baked by Jackson Sayre in front and purchased by the Morrow County Republicans. Pictured left to right: Andy Wick, Dan Osborne and Jim Carroll

First place pie in the Farm Days Pie auction a Cinnamon Apple baked by Jackson Sayre in front and purchased by the Morrow County Republicans. Pictured left to right: Andy Wick, Dan Osborne and Jim Carroll


Photos by Brenda Harden

Kathy Rodgers won 2nd place in the Farm Days bake off. Her pie was purchased by the Masonic Lodge # 206. The lodge donated the pie back to be resaled. Mike and Vicki McKenny bought it in 2nd auction for $175.00


Photos by Brenda Harden

Third place pie was a peach was baked by Diana Cokenrod, and purchased by Kelliy Ferguson for $150.00


Photos by Brenda Harden

Fourth place pie was a berry that was baked by Anna Poppell and purchased by the Wick Law Office for $150.00. In photo Dan and Andy Wick and Anna Poppell.


Photos by Brenda Harden

MORROW COUNTY- A total of $1,545 was generated when the annual Farm Days Pie Auction was held on Sunday, August 7, during the Farm Days event.

11 pies were judged at the auction and taking home first place was a cinnamon apple baked by Jackson Sayre. It was purchased by the Morrow County Republicans for $225.00.

Coming in second place was a black raspberry pie that was baked by Kathy Rodgers and purchased by Mount Gilead Masonic Lodge 206 for $150. It was donated for reselling and purchased for $175 by Mike McKinney.

Third place was awarded to a peach pie that was baked by Diana Cokenrode and purchased by Kelly Ferguson for $150.00.

Rounding out the top four coming into fourth place was a berry pie baked by Anna Poppell and purchased by the Wick Law Office for $150.00.

Other pies sold were baked by Willow Jagger, Mikaela Bush, Casey Kincaid, Sofia Coppell, Autumn Sayre, Lynn Fraizer and Matt McCorkle.

Jon Axthelm was auctioneer.

First place pie in the Farm Days Pie auction a Cinnamon Apple baked by Jackson Sayre in front and purchased by the Morrow County Republicans. Pictured left to right: Andy Wick, Dan Osborne and Jim Carroll
https://www.morrowcountysentinel.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/29/2022/08/web1_20220807_143349-1.jpgFirst place pie in the Farm Days Pie auction a Cinnamon Apple baked by Jackson Sayre in front and purchased by the Morrow County Republicans. Pictured left to right: Andy Wick, Dan Osborne and Jim Carroll Photos by Brenda Harden

Kathy Rodgers won 2nd place in the Farm Days bake off. Her pie was purchased by the Masonic Lodge # 206. The lodge donated the pie back to be resaled. Mike and Vicki McKenny bought it in 2nd auction for $175.00
https://www.morrowcountysentinel.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/29/2022/08/web1_20220807_143454-1.jpgKathy Rodgers won 2nd place in the Farm Days bake off. Her pie was purchased by the Masonic Lodge # 206. The lodge donated the pie back to be resaled. Mike and Vicki McKenny bought it in 2nd auction for $175.00 Photos by Brenda Harden

Third place pie was a peach was baked by Diana Cokenrod, and purchased by Kelliy Ferguson for $150.00
https://www.morrowcountysentinel.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/29/2022/08/web1_20220807_143746-1.jpgThird place pie was a peach was baked by Diana Cokenrod, and purchased by Kelliy Ferguson for $150.00 Photos by Brenda Harden

Fourth place pie was a berry that was baked by Anna Poppell and purchased by the Wick Law Office for $150.00. In photo Dan and Andy Wick and Anna Poppell.
https://www.morrowcountysentinel.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/29/2022/08/web1_20220807_143845-1.jpgFourth place pie was a berry that was baked by Anna Poppell and purchased by the Wick Law Office for $150.00. In photo Dan and Andy Wick and Anna Poppell. Photos by Brenda Harden

By Evelyn Long

For the Sentinel