Goolwa (Australia) Smoke Off 2014 gives back to community
As well as the Cittaslow Goolwa Smoke Off and associated raffle giving enjoyment to those involved, the event provides tangible support to local community organisations.
The Smoke Off was held on November 22, by the Cittaslow Goolwa Food and Wine Group, and sees teams fire-up the webber to smoke a ham, with the dishes judged.
Group member Ken Smith said a key aspect of the Cittaslow philosophy is that local community groups should be supported, particularly through events that bring the community together.
A raffle was conducted in conjunction with Smoke Off.
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(Photo: Goolwa Cittaslow president Lyn Clark, Currency Creek CFS captain Barry Burt and Goolwa RSL president Bob Plummer accept their cheques from Smoke Off event coordinator Scott Woodsmith.)