NORTH FORK – Ladies and gentlemen, prepare your taste buds for delight, as the North Fork Women’s Club (NFWC) invites the community to their annual Chili Cook-Off and Pie and Cake Bake off on Saturday, Oct. 24 from 11 a.m. – 2 p.m. at Bandit Town, formerly known as Old Town. Proceeds from the family-friendly event go toward scholarships for graduating high school seniors. It’s the NFWC’s biggest fundraiser of the year.
Cost of entry is $5 and includes chili tasting. More food and drinks will be available for purchase, including desserts, hot dogs, wine and beer.
Local musicians will be on hand to provide entertain entertainment.
“We’d like to invite you to participate in our event by either entering the Chili Cook-Off, or having a vendor table, or donating a gift to be raffled off at the event,” say organizers.
“Please spread the word to your friends and family! If you’re not wanting to undertake a chili, we will also be judging pies and cakes. We’ll have entertainment, as well as beer and wine at the western bar, and soft drinks to go with the chili. The NFWC will be selling hot dogs for those who can’t take the spice, or to go with the NFWC’s very own chili and desserts.”
Vendor space is available at the event for $20. There’s no charge to enter your chili, cake or pie.
NFWC will raffle one cord of pine: raffle tix are only $1 each. For entry forms and information call (559) 877-6554.
The North Fork Women’s Club is a non-profit 501(C)3 service organization whose main purpose is to provide scholarships for graduating senior girls in our community headed for college. The organization also helps out financially with other educational enrichment activities at all age levels for local schools.
“The NFWC is the oldest community organization, for over 46 years still providing support to our young women graduates.”
Bandit Town is located at 55420 Road 226 in North Fork.