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A glimpse at Waynoka's Fall Festival

 

October 30, 2019

Kathleen Lourde

Jenna Treece of Mooreland brought her daughter Presley to Waynoka's Fall Fest on Saturday afternoon. The Waynoka Fall Fest chili cook-off was held Saturday evening. Before the cook-off began, organizers set out Halloween-themed deserts, like a bowl of dirt and worms and a cake that has apparently been stabbed to death with a butcher knife. Joy George, of George Farms, displays a loaf of her savory rustic bread and a piece of her cake from her booth at Waynoka's Fall Fest Saturday. Joy and husband Kevin have the only state-credentialed manufacturing and bottling kitchen in the area, Joy said. The Georges, based in Wakita, make breads, soups, jams, keto desserts, salsa and pickles; and sell their vegetables, fruits, herbs and eggs as well ... and offer free delivery on orders over $20. Their operations are FDA approved and ODAFF registered organic. George Farms can be found on Facebook.

Jenna Treece of Mooreland brought her daughter Presley to Waynoka's Fall Fest on Saturday afternoon. The Waynoka Fall Fest chili cook-off was held Saturday evening. Before the cook-off began, organizers set out Halloween-themed deserts, like a bowl of dirt and worms and a cake that has apparently been stabbed to death with a butcher knife. Joy George, of George Farms, displays a loaf of her savory rustic bread and a piece of her cake from her booth at Waynoka's Fall Fest Saturday. Joy and husband Kevin have the only state-credentialed manufacturing and bottling kitchen in the area, Joy said...



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