Delicious apple pies

A total of 19 pies entered in apple pie contest held during Harvest Faire on Sept. 24

Winners of an apple pie contest held during Harvest Faire at Clearwater Farmers Market on Sept. 24 celebrate.

Winners of an apple pie contest held during Harvest Faire at Clearwater Farmers Market on Sept. 24 celebrate.

Pictured are (l-r) second place winner Jane Trotter, first place winners Judy and Jenny Panko, and third place winners Georgia and Andrea Lamond.

There were 19 pies submitted. After the contest all the pies were sold at an Ed Peekeekoot concert in Blackpool, raising $310 for Clearwater Food Bank.

 

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