A new event added to AppleFest this year was the Chamber of Commerce Apple Pie Bake-off.
Winner in the commercial category was Cheryl Harter of Eckert.
There is always a “tremendous turnout” for the annual Five-Alarm Chili Cook-Off fund raiser for the Cedaredge Volunteer Fire Department, organizers say.
Lots of chili is needed to feed community members who want to participate and donate to the department.
It’s AppleFest weekend in Cedaredge.
The annual Five-Alarm Chili Cook Off will take place at the firehouse with service to the public beginning at 5 p.m. as the official opening of the weekend’s events.
The final sounds from two days of music will fade away on Sunday afternoon with the last scheduled entertainer performance beginning at 4 p.m.
Two congregations of Christ-following believers in Cedaredge have merged.
Sept. 21 was the first Sunday that members of Our Father’s House met with the New Hope Evangelical Free Church in a single service together, New Hope Pastor Bill Williamson told the Delta County Independent.
John Salas had been in town just a few weeks when he heard of strange doings at The Pondy in Cedaredge. Salas, who has been investigating and writing about the paranormal since 1990, was anxious to hear more so he contacted owner Barb Hladik.
The Hladiks bought the restaurant and bar on Cedaredge’s Main Street in early 1985. The adjoining dance hall was purchased later.
“I’m not sure if the ghost was here before we bought this place or not,” she said, but since purchasing the business both she and staff members have noticed strange happenings. “Someone will call my name, a door will slam, we’ll turn around and see the flash of somebody there, even though no one else is in the building.”
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