Calling all Peace and Dessert Lovers

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This young baker gets a bit of an assist from Dad. Dylan came in third place in the junior division for her Harmony cake

ROCKAWAY — Sweet Peace Baking Contest and Tasting is coming to Rockaway on April 1. To celebrate peace, friendship and delicious desserts, Women in Unity is inviting amateur bakers, ages seven and up, to create a baked treat. All dessert items are welcome, including cakes, cupcakes, cookies, pies, ethnic desserts and dessert bars. The theme is kindness and creative expression is encouraged in the decoration and presentation of the dessert.

An equal-opportunity event — plenty of guys entered their baked goods in last years contest. Luke is always reading.

Prizes will be given to the top bakers in three divisions: Junior, Teen & Adult. Judges are local business owners. There will also be a people’s choice award. The grand prize winner will receive the title of Rockaway Sweet Peacemaker!

Don’t bake? Don’t worry! Dessert lovers are welcome to attend for tasting, prizes and the awards ceremony. Come out for a fun afternoon celebrating peace, friendship and of course, great desserts!Peace – how sweet it is!

The contest and tasting will take place on Saturday, April 1 from 1:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. at the American Legion Hall at 153 Chestnut Terrace, Rockaway (across from Parks Lake). For more information email by clicking here.

$5.00 entry fee for tasters. Proceeds to support The Jersey Battered Women’s Service.

Sweet Peace is sponsored by Women in Unity, a group of women from diverse backgrounds who have come together to build and support community through unity, friendship and service. On Facebook at Women in Unity Rockaway, NJ.

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