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Sponsored by King Arthur Flour

Benefits Rock Chapel Maintenance & Restoration

2019 King Arthur Flour Baking Contest

Open to all men, women and children. Must be amateurs, not working in the baking or catering industry.

Adult Category (16 and older) Entry Fee: $5.00

1st Place:  $40 gift certificate to the Baker’s Catalogue/kingarthurflour.com

2nd place: $25 King Arthur Flour Baker’s Catalogue/kingarthurflour.com

3rd place: King Arthur Flour Baker’s Companion Cookbook

Junior/Youth Category (ages 7- 15)  Entry Fee $5.00

1st Place:  $40 gift certificate to the Baker’s Catalogue/kinarthurflour.com

2nd place: $25 King Arthur Flour Baker’s Catalogue/kingarthurflour.com

3rd place: King Arthur Flour Baker’s Companion Cookbook

ALL WINNERS WILL RECEIVE A GORGEOUS KING ARTHUR  RIBBON

  1. Walk-in registrations will be accepted but advance registration by Aug 15th is preferred.
  2. Entries must be delivered to the Lion’s Club Bldg. by 10:00 AM on Aug. 24th, 2019
  3. Exhibitor must bring the opened bag of King Arthur Flour or submit a UPC label from the flour bag when he/she submits the entry.
  4. The adult category will be fruit pies (apple, peach, blueberry, cherry) your choice of recipe.
  5. The Junior category will be (cookies or cookie bars) your choice of recipe.
  6. All entries will be donated and will be sold or auctioned.
  7. Must provide recipe with entry (preferably typed).
  8. All entries must be submitted on disposable container for judging. (baker’s dozen)
  9. All entries will be judged by 3 independent judges on Taste (50 points), Overall Appearance (25 points), Texture (25 points) = 100
  10. Failure to follow the rules may result in disqualification.
  11. King Arthur Flour or YSUMC/Rock Chapel is not responsible for replacing lost or misplaced prizes or ribbons

Sponsored by York Springs United Methodist Church

Benefits Rock Chapel Maintenance & Restoration

2019 Soup Cook-Off

Crock Pot of Soup
Entry Fee: $5.00 per contestant / per soup
LIMITED TO 6 – 10 ENTRANTS

SOUP TASTING: Judging the “People’s Choice” award will be done at the Soup Tasting by the general public. Donations for their favorites can be deposited in a jar provided for each contestant’s soup. The entry that collects the most donations will be the winner.

Awards will be monetary and based on funds raised, so get your friends to vote for yours!

1st place receives 10% of total proceeds

2nd place receives 3% of total proceeds

3rd place receives 2% of total proceeds

Winner has full bragging rights until next year!

1. Contestant must provide their own crock-pot

2. Each contestant must post a 5 x 7 card of ingredients or the entire recipe, contestant’s choice.

3. Judging the “People’s Choice” award will be done at the Soup Tasting by the general public. Donations for their favorites can be deposited in a jar provided for each contestant’s soup.

4. The contestant who collects the most donations will be the winner.

Sampling cups and spoons will be provided.  Remember winner is based on donations collected, balance of proceeds benefits Rock Chapel Maintenance and Restoration.

Sponsored by York Springs United Methodist Church

Benefits Rock Chapel Maintenance & Restoration

2019 Watermelon Eating Contest

Time of competition to be determined, but tentatively scheduled for 2:45 PM during the band’s break.

Please register by 11:00 AM on the day of the event and be near the Lion’s Park Pavilion by 2:15 PM for the announcement of the competition. CONTEST SEATING IS LIMITED, SO REGISTER EARLY.

The object of the contest is to be the fastest person to eat a wedge/slice of watermelon down to the rind.  Hands-Free eating is required!  Contestants must place their hands behind their backs while eating the watermelon. Speed of eating is the major factor of the contest.

The winner will be the person who consumes the entire portion of watermelon in the shortest amount of time.

  1. Contestants must not touch/eat any watermelon until the starting signal is given.
  2. All of the watermelon on the contestant’s plate must be consumed and not regurgitated or spit up (this will result in ejection from the contest) prior to the completion of the contest.
  3. If seed spitting is required, it shall be done in a straightforward manner. Seeds discharged in any direction or onto other competitor’s slice will be ground for immediate disqualification.
  4. Any complaint relative to size of melon slice must be lodged with the judge prior to the start of heat.

Completion of watermelon to be decided by judge(s), not the contestant.  Judge(s) will be on hand to assure adherence to the contest rules and to time constraints.  Decision of judges shall be final and irrevocable.  In case of ties, a second heat shall be ordered.