Monday, October 22, 2012

Harvest on Henry Updates

The Oct. 20 Harvest on Henry Festival will feature a broad variety of events and merchandise, including, but not limited to, live folk music (perhaps last year's very talented Art Miron), hayrides, children's activities such as face and pumpkin painting, and even a pie bake-off, for which your entry will be welcome!  In addition, for the hungry and thirsty, there will be food and drink from local vendors.
Pie Bake-Off:
For online registration go to
For official rules please go to
Questions can be emailed to
Did you Know?
The campus of Saul High School is 130 acres
There are 140 CSA members this year
Your vegetables are grown on 2.5 acres
We grow over 50 different types of vegetables and over 150 different kinds of varieties of vegetables
Saul has one of the largest FFA (Future Farmers of America) chapters in the country
Donate to the Tractor Fundraiser!
-And you could be eating PIE!
The Harvest on Henry Festival is only 6 weeks away and preparations have begun for the

second annual Pie Bake-Off.  We are selecting a fine group of enthusiastic judges from the local foodie community and we have one position vacant…
For those generous souls who donate $100 or more to the Tractor Fundraiser, you will automatically be entered to win a spot at the judges table in the Pie Bake-Off on October 20.  Imagine spending a leisurely Saturday afternoon eating lovingly prepared home-made fruit and other sweet pies in order to pick the best of a spectacular bunch!
In order to go into the competition to be selected as our “Mystery Judge”, please make your donation of $100 or more by October 12 – and we will be in touch to let you know if you have been randomly picked to be a part of our judging panel.
To donate to the Tractor Fundraiser, please go to:

To sign up to this years’ Pie Bake-Off, please go to:  or pick up a registration form at Henry Got Crops.
Happy baking and pie-dreaming

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