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Cochranville Community Sale Featuring Krazy Kones

05/15/2024 10:01AM ● By Betsy Brewer Brantner

The Cochranville Methodist Church, at 92 Church St. in Cochranville, is hosting their Annual Community Sale on May 18, from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m.  This is the second year the church has invited the community to join in their sale.

This year, Krazy Kones is joining them and is sure to add some special food to this event. Natasha Race, owner of Krazy Kones, is excited to bring her own creative cooking to the community.

“The most unique thing about Krazy Kones is we sell many of our food items in hard waffle cones,” she said.

In the morning they will offer the traditional breakfast sandwiches with bacon, sausage, cheese and eggs, along with coffee and hot chocolate. Those sandwiches are served on buns.

But the highlight of the day is definitely the meals and desserts they sell in the hard waffle cones.

“The original concept is a take on chicken and waffles,” Race said. “For the dessert waffles, we feature S’mores, which include chocolate pudding, graham cracker crumbs and toasted marshmallows in a waffle cone. Another favorite is our dirt pudding, which is vanilla pudding and chocolate cookie crumbs in layers in the waffle cones. And on the top we have gummy worms.”

Savory items include the “hot cluck” which features buffalo chicken.

“I hand bread and fry chicken chunks,” Race said. “Customers can choose the buffalo hot sauce or spicy habanero sauce. You can drizzle with ranch or blue cheese. We also have our own Nachos. Instead of tortilla chips we use waffle cone pieces, Mexican spiced ground beef, tomato, lettuce, cheese, and sour cream.”

If you are interested in booking Krazy Kones, or for more information, call 717-330-8260.

Vendors, crafters, organizations or those wishing to have a yard sale in a more public venue are always impressed with the turnout. Spaces (parking spaces) are available for $20, and table rental is $10. It’s a great and easy setup to just pull in to a space and sell in the space adjacent to your car. The youth at church are also available to assist.

This year’s sale features vendors selling arts and crafts, handmade items like jewelry, crocheted, or knitted items, wreaths and those selling a variety of unique items including antiques.

The Cochranville Fire Company will be providing demonstrations on fire safety for young and old, with some actual hands-on demonstrations. Some fire equipment will also be on display. The Fire Company will also be providing information for anyone thinking about becoming a volunteer. Cochranville Fire Company is a 100% volunteer organization that provides fire protection for the Village of Cochranville and the surrounding communities. They also host the Cochranville Fire Carnival each year and Mud Sale in October.

David Miller will also be selling a wide selection of plants for the garden enthusiasts such as impatiens, geraniums, and succulents which are available in hanging baskets or as individual plants.

The rain date for the event is May 25.

Call 610-593-6222 to reserve a space or for more information. You can also reach Al DeBenny, who is chairing the event at: [email protected].