Cookie Table & Cocktails 2018 Winners

Congratulations to our Cookie Table and Cocktails 2018 winning bakers – and a big thank you to all the bakers that contributed cookies to this year’s event!

Best Traditional Cookie: Linda Gillespie’s Cream Wafers
Best Twist on a Traditional Cookie: Sherry Halt’s Lindsay Hearts
Best Chocolate Cookie: Linda Braunstein’s Almond Joy Cookies 
Best Decorated Cookie: Christine Harley’s Sugar Cookies

From left: Angela Carpenter, Leanne Lee, Helen Bueno, Carissa Benchwick

Amateur Division:
3rd Place: Triple Chocolate Truffle Cookies by Angela Carpenter
2nd Place: Frosted Maple Bars by Leanne Lee
1st Place: Raspberry and Almond Thumbprints by Helen Bueno
Judges Choice: Apricot Kiffels by Carissa Benchwick

From left: Stacey Adger, Heather DeLucia, Shelli Del Signore

Professional Division:
3rd Place: Pecan Praline by Stacey Adger (Stacey’s Sweet Treats)
2nd Place: Buckeyes by Heather DeLucia (Heather’s Buckeyes)
1st Place: Chocolate Dream by Shelli Del Signore
Judges’ Choice: Sugar Cookie by Christine Harley (Sweets By Christine)

And a very special Thank You to our oldest and youngest bakers, Janice Ferry and Sage Benchwick!!

Cookie Table & Cocktails Tickets 2018

Tickets for Cookie Table & Cocktails are now available.

Tickets are $65 per person and include:

  • Buffet Dinner
  • Soft Drinks
  • Cookies!
  • Dancing and music by Del Sinchack

The event also includes:

  • Cash bar with a signature cocktail
  • Silent Auction
  • Basket Raffle
  • 50/50 Raffle
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A reserved table for eight is also available for $600.
Reserved Table for 8


Be a Baker!  Cookie Bakers (both amateur and professional) provide cookies and in exchange get one free ticket to the event.  If you need additional tickets, purchase them here.
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Cookie Table 2018 Reserved Table for Eight

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Youngstown Police Department Register Books

The Youngstown Police Department made a stop at The Tyler History Center this morning!

Don’t worry, they were just dropping off over 100 register books – Archivist Pam Speis is working on organizing them by date, and the earliest she’s found (so far) is 1904.

These books include officers present for Roll Calls and people brought in for booking.

These are available to researchers in the Archives Library at the Tyler History Center – stop by Tuesday-Saturday from Noon to 4:00 p.m.