Another Successful Black Pot Cook-Off
August 11, 2014 12:07 pm Leave your thoughts The High Sierra Black Pot Cookers did it again! On August 2, 2014 the annual Black Pot Cook-off was held at the Shaver Lake Fishing Club. Participants, cooks, musicians and organizers came together to create an outstanding afternoon of good company, good friends and wonderful food. The number and quality of raffle items continues to grow and add an element of fun and surprise to the afternoon. The outstanding number of cooks and variety of dishes exceeded previous years. According to Historical Society President, Keith Swinger “ There was such a great variety of wonderful dishes – it was a struggle to taste them all”. CSHS is grateful for the leadership of Heather Sullivan and the supportive participation of the Shaver Lake Fishing Club. This annual event contributes in excess of $20,000 a year to the Building and Display fund for the Museum. Just as importantly, it brings a wide variety of people together for a wonderful afternoon at Shaver Lake and an opportunity to see old friends, make new friends and support the preservation of our shared history.
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