Centennial Events & Activities
Chili Bowls & Bake Sale
Election Day Fundraiser
Help support the West Mayfield Centennial Committee’s effort to celebrate our 100th Jubilee by picking up a delicious container of homemade chili and an assortment of tasty baked goods for your drive to work, breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
home made chili, pierogi, potato soup, cookies, cupcakes, pumpkin pies,
pepperoni rolls, Oram’s cinnamon rolls & donuts, and more!
8am – 7pm | West Mayfield Fire Hall
Grab and Go Takeout Only
From the Community
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1st time voting in West Mayfield as a new resident. Everyone was so kind. Bought some chili and cookies too. Excellent!!
Marlane Pici Engles
The chili was delicious!!!!!!!
Lisa Sarge Horseman
Dang wish I had that at my polling place!!!
Tish Clowes Podunajec
Marge Dixon Yoho
I love the mini pies and lady locks.
Tracy Lea Jonas
Those baked goods are so yum! Whomever made the no-bakes did an incredible job! They are the best I've had in a long time! Thanks again and keep up the great job you're doing!
It was really nice seeing so many people in the borough come to the bake sale and support our community.
Mayor Paul Farkas
Our very first Election Day Chili Bowls & Bake Sale event was truly a community gathering! The West Mayfield Centennial Committee is grateful for the outpouring of community support that helped make this a very special fundraiser and fun activity for our neighbors and the entire borough.
We want to thank Renee Giles at Giles Town & Country Market for generously donating pepperoni rolls and supplying chili containers, takeout bags, and cookie containers. Oram’s Donut Shop donated their world famous cinnamon rolls and other treats. Chrissy Barkfelt, Bob Tate, and Jake Tate created hot dishes including home made chili, potato soup, and perogi. Kristina Kimmel, Stephanie Barkfelt provided banana, banana nut, and pumpkin breads. Ann Kimmel donated and delivered more than fifty pepperoni rolls.
We’re also very appreciative of the security and safety service provided by Constable Lou Little, and we thank the West Mayfield Election Board and West Mayfield Volunteer Fire Department for granting us use of the venue.
Thanks to the entire West Mayfield Centennial Committee and Mayor Licia Cogley who organized this event, managed the venue, cooked, baked, created cookie trays and food displays, and served the public. This is what community looks like.
We extend a very heartfelt thanks to everyone who bought from the bake sale and generously gifted us their change to help support West Mayfield’s Centennial Celebration.
We recognize the crew at West Mayfield’s own A1 Automotive Service for having the largest single order of the day!
Help Make West Mayfield Be a Nicer Place to Live
The West Mayfield Centennial Committee is a group of volunteers dedicated to planning, organizing, and conducting the borough’s 100th Jubilee Celebration. We welcome participation by all residents and non-residents, past or present. Everyone is welcome! For more information about the West Mayfield Centennial Committee, view our events & activities, and see our history project online, visit our website and social media pages.
Make a Donation
Please make checks payable to West Mayfield Centennial Committee (or WMCC) and send to: