Come visit Farm Bureau and Nationwide in booth 41.
The 2012 Salt Market Place and Cook Show is just days away. Nervous and excited chefs have been busy preparing their dishes for the cooking demonstrations. The show will be Tuesday, Oct. 16 at the Roberts Convention Centre on Gano Road, near Wilmington. Doors open at 4 p.m. and the cook show will start at 6:30 p.m.
Non-perishable or canned food items will be collected at the cooking show for local food pantries. The donor of non-perishable or canned food will receive a ticket for a drawing for great prizes. There is no limit on the amount of food that can be donated.
Participants have gobbled up the VIP tickets, but general admission tickets are still available for $12. Each ticket holder will receive a tote bag, Salt magazine, goodies, samples and the opportunity to win a host of door prizes.T
ickets are available at the Wilmington News Journal, Xenia Daily Gazette, Washington Court House Record-Herald, Hillsboro Times Gazette, Georgetown News Democrat and West Union People’s Defender. Look for the News Journal booth at Kroger in Wilmington to buy tickets over weekend, as well as on Monday.