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>Contact: William W. Jenney
>                Regional Historic Site Administrator
>September 2, 2005
>                802-672-3773; [log in to unmask]
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>Cheese Recipe Contest at Coolidge Historic Site
>
>PLYMOUTH NOTCH, Vt. - The Vermont Division for Historic Preservation is
>seeking entries for the cheese recipe contest that will be held at the
>President Calvin Coolidge State Historic Site on Saturday, September 10.
>The contest is part of the Plymouth Cheese & Harvest Festival - an annual
>event that celebrates the bounty of the harvest season with special emphasis
>on the award-winning world of Vermont made cheese.
>
>     Plymouth's unique granular curd cheese is made exclusively at the
>Plymouth Cheese Factory and has been a popular ingredient in local family
>recipes since the factory opened in 1890.  John Coolidge, son of the
>President, sold the factory to the State of Vermont in 1998; the factory now
>operates under the management of "Frog City Cheese."
>
>     Contestants are asked to bring their entry to the cheese factory on
>September 10 between 10:00 and 11:30 a.m.  A hand-printed or typed copy of
>the recipe should accompany the actual culinary creation.  Please attach
>your name, address, and telephone number on separate sheet of paper.  All
>recipes must use PLYMOUTH CHEESE.  Contestants may submit two different
>recipes for consideration.  Only original (or old family) recipes will be
>eligible.  Recipes will be judged on originality, presentation, and taste!
>
>
>      A panel of three distinguished judges will announce the winners at 1:00
>p.m. as part of the festival celebration.  Prizes are provided courtesy of
>Frog City Cheese and the President Calvin Coolidge State Historic Site:
>First Place: Wheel of Plymouth Cheese, Second Place: Frog City Cheese coffee
>mug, Third Place: Plymouth tee-shirt.
>
>      The Plymouth Cheese Recipe Contest is co-sponsored by Frog City Cheese
>& the Vermont Division for Historic Preservation.  Other activities during
>the Plymouth Cheese & Harvest Festival, 10:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m., include
>fiddler Adam Boyce's "Sprightly Steps" presentation at 11:00 (sponsored by
>the Vermont Humanities Council), cheese sampling by members of the Vermont
>Cheese Council, historic farm and craft demonstrations, wagon rides, and
>more.
>
>      For further information about the recipe contest and the Plymouth
>Cheese & Harvest Festival, contact the President Calvin Coolidge State
>Historic Site, 802-672-3773.  For information about the Vermont state-owned
>historic sites, visit the sites online at www.HistoricVermont.org
><http://www.HistoricVermont.org>
>THE VERMONT STATE HISTORIC SITES
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>John P. Dumville
>Historic Sites Operations Chief
>Vermont Division for Historic Preservation
>National Life Building, Drawer 20
>Montpelier, Vermont  05620-0501
>
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>Telephone: (802) 828-3051
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