Cookie competition fundraiser returns for a third year

October 10, 2018

Several downtown businesses are set to compete for the cookie crown in this year's Huntington's Best Chocolate Chip Cookie Competition, including Bow Love, Butter It Up, First Sentry Bank, Glenn's Sporting Goods, Old Main Emporium, The Red Caboose and T.K. Dodrill Jewelers.

HUNTINGTON — Get ready to crumble with the United Way of the River Cities, as it welcomes the city’s Best Chocolate Chip Cookie Competition back for another year.

Several businesses in downtown Huntington are set to sell their own versions of the classic chocolate chip cookie during normal business hours on Thursday, Oct. 18. Folks who buy cookies, priced starting at $1, will have the opportunity to rate them. At the end of the event, the cookie with the best average rating will win the title.

The competition takes place throughout downtown Huntington. Proceeds benefit the United Way of the River Cities, a nonprofit organization, the mission of which is fight for the health, education and financial stability of every person in its community.

Bow Love Children’s Boutique was named the winner of the second annual Huntington’s Best Chocolate Chip Cookie Competition in 2017.

To register as a business or for more information on the event, visit http://www.unitedwayrivercities.org/events/cookie.

To learn more about the United Way of the River Cities or to donate visit unitedwayrivercities.org.


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