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Que for a Cause contest benefits Black Mountain Assisted Family Living

BRATTLEBORO—On Saturday, Oct. 8, Black Mountain Assisted Family Living will host ‘Que for a Cause! a barbecue competition fundraiser. The event will be open to the public from noon until 5 p.m. on the Brattleboro Common, while area pros and amateurs will compete at the Holiday Inn and Suites.

The day itself will feature a festival atmosphere with food trucks, music, fall foliage, and vendors on the Common.

Black Mountain Assisted Family Living is an organization that provides permanent housing for individuals with developmental delays and has operated in Brattleboro for 20 years. 100 percent of the funds raised will go towards that mission.

Organizers Peter “Fish” Case, Jaci Reynolds, Chad Farnum, and Maggie Reynolds are urging anyone who has grilled, smoked, and barbecued to “enter this fun competition with very professional-looking trophies.”

It will feature five categories: pulled pork, brisket/burnt ends, chicken thighs, ribs, and barbecue sauce. All entries will be blind judged by a panel of three judges and winners will be announced throughout the afternoon. To enter or find out more, visit bmafl.org/que.

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Originally published in The Commons issue #684 (Wednesday, October 5, 2022). This story appeared on page A2.

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