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Vermont community attempts to make world’s largest s’more

The Associated Press
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This Dec. 20, 2018, photo shows a large bush-like structure made out of evergreens, with an interior maze, that will be set ablaze for a bonfire during a winter celebration on Saturday, Dec. 29, in Middlesex, Vt. Organizers also plan to create the world's largest s'more for the festivities. (AP Photo/Lisa Rathke)

MIDDLESEX, Vt. — One Vermont community is celebrating the holidays and the winter solstice with a massive bonfire and what they hope will be the world’s largest s’more.

The Winter S’morestice takes place Saturday at Camp Meade in Middlesex.

A local bakery will make the 4-by-8-foot s’more. A co-owner says it will be a feat of bakery engineering.

The giant dessert will be chopped up and shared with attendees.

Organizers said they were too late in pursuing a Guinness World Record but may try next year.

The event also includes fire artists and dancers, music, food, beer and wine.

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