Wondermade needs your help to beat a s'mores world record

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In honor of National S'mores Day, Wondermade is hoping to break the world record for the most people making s'mores at the same time.

Wondermade is hoping to top the current record – 453 people, held by Girl Scouts Heart of Central California – by inviting their fans and patrons to not only enjoy some free s'mores, but help make history.



Tomorrow, from 5 to 8 p.m. in downtown Sanford, the local marshmallow confectionery will host this event during Alive After 5, the bimonthly city block party.

The event will also feature a kids craft area, live music, food trucks, and a competition to build the world's tallest s'more.


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