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BPW cake auction coming up

| August 13, 2013

COSHOCTON – The Eighth annual Business and Professional Women (BPW) Cake Auction will be held jointly with the First Friday activities on Friday, Sept. 6, at the Coshocton Civic Center on Main Street.

Anyone wanting to submit a cake and have it in the program should have a description of the cake and incentives to [email protected] or faxed to 622-2197 by Saturday, Aug. 31. Cake registration and delivery will be from 10 a.m. to noon Sept. 6, at the Coshocton Civic Center. Bring your incentive or incentive certificate at that time. All cakes need to be in a box and/or covered with clear plastic.

Entries will be taken up until the day of the auction but will not appear in the program.  Entries will be announced when auctioned off.

Cake preview and public voting will be from 1 to 6 p.m. Sept. 6. Votes can be submitted for the most unusual and peoples’ choice. Punch and cake samples will be available during the public viewing.

For information, contact Kim Gress at 502-2154 or 622-4055; Amanda Chaney at 294-7614; Doris Parkhill at 622-7798; or Emily McBurney at 502-7903.

The auction will start at 6:30 p.m. and Mary Mason from Agents Realty and Auction Service will be the auctioneer. Payment may be made by cash, check or credit card.

BPW provides scholarships to those individuals attending a higher education institute through the Joan McNeely Working Women’s Scholarship Fund. In May 2013 two $1,000 scholarships were award. Coshocton BPW also has donated to Dollars for Scholars, Buckeye Girls State, 4-H Leadership Camp, Operation Sweatsuit, Wigs for Cancer Victims, Christmas Castle Project and First Step – Family Violence Intervention Shelter.

BPW promotes equity for all women through advocacy, education and information. For more information on the Cake Auction, contact Kim Gress at 502-2154 or at [email protected]. You also can click here to download the form to register for the cake auction.

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