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The upcoming Corinna Bicentennial Celebration to be held on Saturday, August 13th will be hosting a homemade pie baking and best biscuit baker contests. Both contests are open to all ages and you do not have to be a Corinna resident to enter. Rules for both contests are simple. For the pie baking contest, all pies must be made from scratch, including crusts and fillings. Pies must be delivered to the pie baking booth near the Main Stage on Saturday before 9 AM. Name and phone number should be taped on the bottom of the pie plate for entrants. The use of aluminum pie tins are encouraged, otherwise you will be responsible for picking up your pie tin at the end of the day. For the best biscuit baker contest, all biscuits must be made from scratch as well. Biscuits must be delivered to the biscuit booth near the Main Stage on Saturday before 9 AM. A minimum of 6 biscuits is required per entry. Include your name and phone number taped to the bottom of the plate for entrants. Registration forms can be filled out when delivering your entries. Judging for both contests will be done shortly after the parade ends, and winners announced about 12 PM at the Main Stage. Ribbons and money prizes will be awarded for the 1st, 2nd and 3rd place winners for each contest.