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Chefs, surgeons compete in pumpkin carving contest to benefit children’s museum

By Fred Pace, The Herald-Dispatch

HUNTINGTON, W.Va. — Local chefs and surgeons put their carving skills to the test Tuesday evening for the Huntington Children’s Museum Pumpkin Carving Contest at The Market’s outdoor patio in downtown Huntington.

Jessica McCormick, of Huntington, brought her two children, 10-year-old Iris and 4-year-old Oscar, to the event, which also featured the Marshall Nutrition Program, a dance floor with a fog machine, and other contests and events for kids.

“They loved this event last year, and they love checking out the carved pumpkins, too,” said McCormick, who is the vice president of the museum’s board of directors. “We have been waiting for a children’s museum in Huntington since Iris was a baby. I hope everyone will get involved and donate to such a great cause.”

Drew Hetzer, of Backyard Pizza and Raw Bar and The Peddler, was one of the local dining legends competing in the contest that also included Jonathan Patterson of Le Bistro and Jordan Hagy of La Famiglia…

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