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The Guinea Cake Auction is coming

The recipes will be laid close by, mixing bowls are stacked on the counter, electric mixers are being tested, and the ovens will soon reach at least 350°F.

Guinea cake bakers will soon be preparing for the ninth Cake Sale and Auction which is one of the most popular events at the Guinea Heritage Day, being held this year on Sunday, Sept. 10. Chairman Nan Evans announced that this year’s theme will be taken from the newly laid-out Guinea Heritage Driving Tour and its brochure.

When the doors of the Abingdon Ruritan Club open, the rush will be on to place a bid on a favorite cake. Being first doesn’t guarantee the cake will be yours. The bidding goes on until the event nears its end when the winners are announced. However, even if you are not bidding there will be cake for sale by the slice. One member of the committee commented, “It’s good marketing. Someone buys a slice, finds it most delicious and who made it, goes back and places a bid on the whole cake. more than once probabl...

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