Queen’s Cake Wins Top Prize at Baked Goods Auction (Audio Included)


Wednesday night was the annual baked goods auction at the Logan County Fair.

Fairground queen Izabella Meister took home the biggest item of the night when her Halloween-themed cake fetched $650 thanks to Fran’s Mowing and Landscaping.

Her sister, Iris, also had a great night. Her chocolate chip cookies made the second highest bid of the night when they sold for $400 at Bell-Hankins Realty. She also raked in high dollars for her Pokemon-themed cake. It went for $275 at West Ohio Tool. Additionally, her fudge went for $160 at Bell-Hankins Realty.

Izabella comments on the auction.

Anita Green’s pies were popular. Her Best of Show Peach went for $275 at West Ohio Tool while her Cherry Pie sold for $200. She also had a blackberry pie sold for $150.

Karla Johnson’s Key Lime Pie made Steve Austin’s Auto Group $135.

Ann Wildermuth’s Best of Show fudge fetched $140 from Jennings Farley Seeley Funeral Home.

92 items were sold at auction, fetching over $7,500.

Several local businesses and individuals have opened their checkbooks.

Those purchasing items included:

Zimmerman Realty, Liberty National Bank, LeVan’s Body Shop, Turner Trailer Sales, Jennings Farley Seeley Funeral Home, Steve Austin’s Auto Group, West Ohio Tool, Keckler Country Produce, Shoffstall Funeral Home, Nature’s Bay, Logan County Sheriff’s Office, Hurley Farm, Bell -Hankins Realty, Fran’s Mowing Landscaping, Royer Realty, Joe Antram County Commissioner, V-Teck Communications, Mike Yoder, Sara Bratka and Pequignot Farms.

Sheriff Dodds talks about the auction.


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