Clearfield Chamber’s Wing Fling Set for April 30

(GantDaily Graphic)

CLEARFIELD – The Chamber of Commerce of Clearfield has invited everyone to its third annual Wing Fling from 1 – 4 p.m. Saturday, April 30 from at the Expo II Building of the Clearfield Fairgrounds.

At the Wing Fling event, attendees will taste wings from several area restaurants and vote for the best to help determine the winner of the “People’s Choice” Award. 

There will also be fun contests, the children’s game area, multiple 50/50s and silent and Chinese auctions, where you’ll bid or take a chance on a variety of great items donated by our member businesses and organizations. 

Bob E. Day will again serve as Master of Ceremonies for the event and there will also be local celebrity judges to determine who has the best tasting wings in the area for the “Judge’s Taste” Award. 

Confirmed participants to date include Domino’s Pizza, Down River Restaurant/Express Café, Fun Central, Mountain Laurel Nursing and Rehabilitation Center and Pizza Hut, all of Clearfield, and Buck’s Pizza of DuBois.  Other participants are expected and there is still chance to get involved. Consider entering the competition in either the restaurant or amateur division. Anyone interested is asked to contact the chamber office for more details.

Tickets are available for purchase at the Chamber of Commerce office at 125 E. Market St. in Clearfield or by calling (814) 765-7567.  Tickets are also available at participating restaurants or online at www.clearfieldchamber.com.  Pre-sale tickets are only $10, or at the door the day of the event for $12.  Children age 6 and under are admitted for free. 

The Wing Fling is the chamber’s largest fundraiser, which enables them to continue promoting our local businesses, organizations and communities.  The chamber thanks this year’s event sponsors: Child Care Information Services of Clearfield County, Clearfield Community Nurses/Helpmates, CNB Bank, Heather Yasolsky Counseling, Master Touch Consulting, Moyer’s Auto Body, Tractor Supply Company and Walmart Supercenter #2129.

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