MHE school year starts with Wing Thing cook off

MOORE HAVEN – The Fifth Annual It’s a Wing Thing Chicken Wing Cook-Off was a huge success this year. We greatly appreciate the overwhelming patronage from everyone that came out to support Moore Haven Elementary School. All proceeds from the It’s A Wing Thing Chicken Wing Cook-Off event will benefit the Moore Haven Elementary School Accelerated Reading Program and Positive Behavior Interventions & Support Program for students pre-K through 5th grade.

A huge thanks to all of the generous winners who donated ALL of their WINNINGS back to MHES:

Wing Thing Winners

Cook-Off Champions 1st Place: Janet Storey and Weston Pryor. Cook-Off 2nd Place: David Hardin and Craig Davis. Cook-Off 3rd Place: Jeffrey and Kimberly Hill.

Cook-Off Champions 1st Place: Janet Storey and Weston Pryor. Cook-Off 2nd Place: David Hardin and Craig Davis. Cook-Off 3rd Place: Jeffrey and Kimberly Hill. 50/50 Raffle: Tony and Donna Whidden.

Also a big thank you to everyone that helped with the event:

• Presenting Sponsor: David Hardin;

• Gold Sponsors: Everglades Farm Equipment, Craig A. Smith and Associates, & R.C. Hatton Inc.;

• Silver Sponsors: Glades Electric Cooperative Inc., Pine Island Spice Company, & Kevin Rayburn;

• Bronze Sponsors: Lakeport Garden Club, Mike and Debbie Pressley, Lundy Farms, & Glisson’s Animal Supply.

Avant Brown donated the music and entertainment. Terry Myers and Darryl Heckman Donated their time cooking chicken wings and swamp cabbage. Wade Hingson donated a trailer for the stage. Clint Greene donated his time for clean-up. Pine Island Spice Company donated a BBQ basket for raffle. Berner Oil donated a $25 Marathon Gas Card.• Ahern’s Deli donated food trays. MHES Safety Patrol sold drinks. Preston Stokes cut the swamp cabbage. Whitney Savoie donated decals for championship Yeti cups.

The judges were Donnie Watts, Pastor Charley Watts, Mark Decker, Jason Adams, Wade Hingson.

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