Cocalico Education Foundation announces Iron Chef competition

By on January 8, 2014

The Cocalico Education Foundation recently announced that the 8th annual Iron Chef Cocalico will take place on March 2 at Cocalico High School.

Last year’s Iron Chef Cocalico attracted over 600 guests. This year’s event takes place on March 2. (Photo by Stan Hall)

Last year’s Iron Chef Cocalico attracted over 600 guests. This year’s event takes place on March 2. (Photo by Stan Hall)


The event features delicious food samples by area food vendors, a People’s Choice food competition, culinary demonstrations and the live Iron Chef cooking competition. Three area restaurants will compete in front of the audience and only one will be judged as the Iron Chef.

Live and silent auctions will also be held again this year. The auctions display quality artwork from local artists, handcrafted items, gift certificates, gift baskets and more. The Cocalico Education Foundation is currently looking for donations for the auctions and is also accepting monetary donations.

Last year’s event attracted over 600 guests and raised funds for the Cocalico Education Foundation, a non-profit organization, separate from the school district, that is dedicated to providing funds for educational classroom projects, scholarships, and early childhood education initiatives in the Cocalico School District.

For more information or to make a donation, call Yvonne Weaver at 336-3120 or Jim Weaver at jaweaver@weaverind.com.

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