Eye on the pie

The event was brought back by farm managers, the Port of Coupeville, due to community demand. The event also coincided with the 20th anniversary of the community saving the farm from development. The two-day event included live music, an adult pie-eating contest, food and a beer garden.

Jemma Kukuk, 6, of Clinton, pauses during the children’s pie eating contest Saturday because she has pie in her eye as brother Jace Kukuk, 8, continues on to victory. The contest was held both Saturday and Sunday during the Loganberry Festival at the Greenbank Farm. The event was brought back by farm managers, the Port of Coupeville, due to community demand. The event also coincided with the 20th anniversary of the community saving the farm from development. The two-day event included live music, an adult pie-eating contest, food and a beer garden.

 

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