Pie sale will help defray cost of new disabled access ramp
This Saturday, December 7, from noon to 2 p.m., Winslow Congregational Church (12 Lithgow Street) will be offering 320 incredibly yummy, fresh-from-the-oven turkey pies for take-out sale. Cost is just $10 per pie. Holiday pasta packages, starting at $6.50, will also be available for sale.
Freshly-baked and featuring a delectable blend of turkey, peas, celery, carrots, onions, broth, and a pinch of sage, each turkey pie will be perfect for supper or for freezing for later winter comfort-food enjoyment.
Any turkey pies not sold on Saturday will be available for sale at Boucher’s Meat Market, 715 Benton Avenue, in Winslow (near Big G’s Deli), beginning Monday, December 9.
All proceeds from the Turkey Pie Sale will go toward defraying the cost of replacing/upgrading the disabled-access ramp at the front of Winslow Congregational Church.
For more information, please call Winslow Congregational Church at 872-2544.
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