Kelley’s Acres Announces the 4th Annual Country Jam Cooking and Auto Competitions.
Beallsville, PA… May 20, 2005… Kelley’s Acres, a suburban retreat located just outside of Pittsburgh, PA, announces the 4th Annual Country Jam Cook-Off and National Pike Auto Show (Country Jam 2005). The event will take place Saturday, July 23rd from 11:00am to 10:00pm and Sunday, July 24th from 11:00 am to 7:00pm at Kelley’s Acres located at 1165 Maiden Street, Beallsville, PA 15313.
The Country Jam Cook-Off will take place over the course of two days. Restaurants and local home chefs are invited to prepare their best dish to compete for awards and prizes in the following five categories:
› Best Casserole, Salad or Soup
› Best Meat, Poultry or Seafood (BBQ)
› Best Wings
› Best Dessert
› Best Kid’s Meal
The National Pike Auto Show will take place on Sunday, July 24th. Participants will compete for awards and prizes in the following seven categories:
› Best Classic Car (1950+)
› Best Classic Truck (1950+)
› Best Antique Car (1949 and older)
› Best Antique Truck (1949 and older)
› Best Motorcycle
› People’s Choice
Country Jam 2005 will host live entertainment featuring NOMAD (North of Mason Dixon), Stonee Ridge and Traditional Country. An array of competitive events for attendees have been planned including a Country Kids Contest, raffles, door prizes and more.
“This year is a little different,” says June Kelley, owner of Kelley’s Acres. “We’ve opened the cook-off event to the community instead of just the local restaurants. We have some terrific home chefs in our own backyard and we wanted to give them a chance to showcase their best dish. Plus, we wanted to add a little more excitement by extending the competitive nature of the event. We’ve given everyone a chance to get involved whether they are cooking, showcasing their car or participating in the daily activities.”
The event will be commemorated in the Country Jam Cookbook slated for release in September 2005. The book will contain recipes from cook-off participants, photos, vendor listings, and other fun surprises. “Country Jam was created in the spirit of my grandparents and it just seems fitting to honor their memory and the people that have supported us with this unique compilation that has long lasting value to us and the community,” says Nakia Kelley, Co-owner of Kelley’s Acres.
The deadline to register for the Country Jam Cook-Off is July 11, 2005. Only 25 people per category will be chosen. The registration fee is $20.00 and $5.00 for children 12 and under. Advance registration for the auto show is $7.00 and $10.00 at the door. For more information or to register, visit www.kelleysacres.com or call (724) 323.5694.
About Kelley’s Acres
Kelley’s Acres is your suburban escape to great food and fun activities. Our facilities include the Smalltown Grille at Kelley’s Acres, a natural amphitheater where we host events throughout the year, and 30 acres of lush green land, which is perfect for picnicking, corporate gatherings, family outings and primitive camping. Located just 35 minutes from Pittsburgh, PA off the historic National Pike Road, you are just a step away from enjoying the great outdoors.
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