Please join the Unitarian Universalists of Santa Clarita Valley as they warm those with “many hearts, many beliefs” in their first Chocolate Cook Off. The event will be held at the SCV Senior Center on January 18, 2015 at 11:45 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Members of the community are welcome to try all of the entries at the tasting. The cost to enter is $10; adult guests will be asked for a minimum $10 donation and $5 for children under 12. Drinks will be available for purchase for a nominal donation.
Anyone may enter the contest. Contact Eve Bushman at email@example.com for further details on entering your chocolate themed appetizer, main dish, non-alcoholic beverage or dessert.
Members of the SCV Foodies Group will judge the competition. The winner of best chocolate themed dish will be awarded a trophy. All of the proceeds will benefit the work of the Unitarian Universalists of Santa Clarita.
Unitarian Universalist services are held each Sunday at 10:30 AM at the SCV Senior Center, 22900 Market St., in Newhall. For directions and information, visit www.UUofSCV.org or call 661-254-7866.
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