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Snohomish, WA

The Queen of Fruite Pies was Announced in Snohomish July ...

The 1st Annual Snohomish Farmers Market Fruit Pie Bake Off crowned the Queen of Pie Baking last Thursday during the afternoon Farmers Market in Historic downtown Snohomish. 10 pies were entered with 1st Place Blue Ribbon going to Gena Miller of Marysville with a Blueberry pie. Prize: Cuisinart Stand Mixer with food processor attachments = $459 value donated by Kusler Pharmacy, Snohomish. 2nd place red ribbon- Teri Jennings of Snohomish with a raspberry/blueberr y pie. Prize: 2 pottery mixing bowls + 2 cookbooks = $102.00 value donated by Steve Dalton owner/potter of Clear Creek Pottery, Snohomish. 3rd place white ribbon- Girl Scout Troup 392 of Snohomish with a blueberry pie. Prize: $50.00 gift certificate to McDaniel's Do-It Center, donated by Brad McDaniel, owner of McDaniel's Do-It Center, Snohomish. 3 Honorable Mention Awards presented to 4th, 5th and 6th place winners. Prize: Washington State Grange Cookbooks, $8.00 value each, donated by Garden City Grange, Snohomish 4 Judges: Lyndsey Dalton, Snohomish High School [student], Snohomish, WA Marcia O'Hair, Garden City Grange, Snohomish, WA Sondy McCutchan, Cabbage Patch Restaurant, Snohomish, WA Sue Sullivan, Snohomish Lions Club, Snohomish, WA 1 Helper: Jennica Dalton, Zion Lutheran School [student], Lake Stevens, WA Cathy McPhail, Pie Contest Coordinator @ SFM Program Director @ Garden City Grange  (Jul 27, 2010 | post #1)

Snohomish, WA

1st Annual Fruit Pie Bake Off - Snohomish Farmers Market ...

If you think you are the king or queen of pie baking, here's your chance to prove it. July 19, 2010 is the deadline for entering the 1st Annual Snohomish Farmers Market Fruit Pie Bake Off. To register tell us the type of pie you will be entering, include your name, phone number, address and email to SnohomishFarmersMa rket@gmail.com. The event is scheduled for Thursday, July 22, 2010 at the Snohomish Farmers Market, 1st and Cedar in Historic downtown Snohomish. Check-in is 4:00p.m. Winners will be awarded at 6 p.m. click below for all of the rules... http://snohomishfa rmersmarket.blogsp ot.com/2010/07/rul e-to-enter-fruit-p ie-baking-contest. html  (Jul 7, 2010 | post #1)

Covington, KY

Slipcover Summit June 23-25, 2010 Make Plans for Madison,...

Slipcover Summit will be coming to Madison, Tennessee June 23-25, 2010. Learn how to make slipcovers for furniture. Taught by instructors who actually make slipcovers for furniture as their trade in the home decor industry. All are welcome from the individual who wants to sew their own slipcovers for their home, to those who want to learn how to fabricate them as a profession. Check out the website http://www.slipcov ersummit.com to find out more. Or call 800-267-4958 A great way to recycle and reuse furniture.  (May 8, 2010 | post #1)

Lexington, KY

Slipcover Summit June 23-25, 2010 Make Plans for Madison,...

Slipcover Summit will be coming to Madison, Tennessee June 23-25, 2010. Learn how to make slipcovers for furniture. Taught by instructors who actually make slipcovers for furniture as their trade in the home decor industry. All are welcome from the individual who wants to sew their own slipcovers for their home, to those who want to learn how to fabricate them as a profession. Check out the website http://www.slipcov ersummit.com to find out more. Or call 800-267-4958 begin_of_the_skype _highlighting               800-267-4 958      end_of_th e_skype_highlighti ng A great way to recycle and reuse furniture.  (May 8, 2010 | post #1)

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Headline:

Living Sustainably SnoCounty

Hometown:

Everett, WA. 98203

Neighborhood:

Beverly/Pinehurst

Local Favorites:

Grilla Bites, Zippys Jave Cafe, Sno-Isle Food Coop

I Belong To:

Sustainable Development Task Force, Green Everett, Foundation for Sustainable Community, Home Fashions U, Drapery Pro, Sewing Workrooms of America

When I'm Not on Topix:

Producing Seein Green for KSER, managing the Snohomish Farmers Market, teaching sewing for the home, writing newsletters

Read My Forum Posts Because:

Personal reflection about sustainability

I'm Listening To:

KSER 90.7FM

Read This Book:

http://www.mcdonough.com/cradle_to_cradle.htm

Favorite Things:

growing food, sewing, music, photography, hiking, biking and community

On My Mind:

We are the change that needs to make the difference. If we do nothing, there will be nothing left!

Blog / Website / Homepage:

http://www.recyclewithkbkathome.com

I Believe In:

Community, and self sufficency