Naked Jell-O thumb wrestling at fire station three in Blaine last Saturday kicked off the first ever Anoka County Historical Society Jell-O Cookoff.
The fundraiser also tested Jell-O tossing skills and trivia. A Jell-O historian from North Dakota helped participants transform various flavors of the food into art. A Jell-O salad competition awarded prizes for best in fluff and fruit suspension. One participant even made a Jell-O pond with Swedish fish in honor of the fishing opener.
The Anoka County Historical Society says the money raised at the event from donations and memberships will support staff positions and facility maintenance.