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The Moore Community Improvement Club is extending an invitation to the community to attend its July monthly meeting on Wednesday, July 6 at the Moore Community Center.
The group’s 7 p.m. meeting will include a recap of its upcoming Summer Fest Event as well as discussing new business.
The club’s second annual Summer Fest event is Saturday, July 16 and is a community event centered around barbecue, family and fun, representative Shelley Delgado says.
“We are promoting coming together to enjoy each other’s company and an opportunity to showcase your hidden talents,” she said. “We have spots for the barbecue competition, vendor booths for local artisans, cornhole and horseshoes for competition, games for the kiddos, a shine and show for car enthusiasts will be added to the mix this year and lots more.
Fees for the brisket cookoff are $125, with opportunities to compete in three categories for prize money, trophies and local bragging rights. Call Jesse Carrasco at (210) 326-6320 or Bobby Evans at (830) 355-7564 to sign up for the brisket cook-off competition.
The Moore Community Improvement Club will host a Cornhole Tournament during the event and there will be prizes for first place (Artic Cooler) and second place (Yeti can koozie) winning teams. The cost to enter the Cornhole Tournament is $40 per team.
Summer Fest will also include a horseshoe tournament with sign-up on the day of the event. Area bands and local performers will also provide live music for the event.
Vendor spots are available for those promoting their wares. Spots remain available for $40 for an approximately 10′ x 10′ area. Vendors can call Shelley Delgado at (210) 889-9350.
Donations are still needed for the silent auction as well as sodas, both cans and three liter bottles for the ring toss event for children.