Guess the weight

Giant pumpkin contest to raise money for Forestview Place extended care wing at Dr. Helmcken Memorial Hospital

Employee Krista Wilson invites residents to stop by Bayley's Bistro in the Brookfield Mall and guess the weight of the pumpkin.

Employee Krista Wilson invites residents to stop by Bayley’s  Bistro in the Brookfield Mall and guess the weight of the pumpkin. Guesses are $2 each. The Bistro will match the proceeds and  winner of the contest will receive lunch for two at Bayley’s Bistro. The proceeds this year will go to Forestview to be used for entertainment activities. Draw date is set for Nov. 15. “This is the fourth year we have done this,” says owner Noreen Venables.

 

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