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Pioneer Band Pie Sale Will Benefit Haven From Hunger

Those who order pies in annual LHS Band holiday pie sale will be able to donate a pie or two to Haven From Hunger as well.

The following was provided by the LHS Pioneer Band Program: 

Supporters of the Lynnfield High School Pioneer Band annual holiday pie sale can double the impact of their generosity by donating a pie or two to Haven From Hunger, a non-profit food pantry and meals program based in Peabody that is also open to Lynnfield residents in need.

These holiday pies from Wilson Farms of Lexington arrive frozen so they are ready to bake or “thaw and serve,” depending on the type of pie selected. They’ll be a favorite dessert treat at family reunions and parties with friends during the November and December holiday season.

Single pies just $13 or  2 pies for $25 – choose from  Apple Hi-Pie,  Apple Cranberry Hi-Pie, Apple Raspberry Hi-Pie, Blueberry Hi-Pie, Boston Cream (thaw), Chocolate Cream (thaw), Lemon Meringue (thaw), Mince, Pumpkin (thaw), Red Raspberry, Southern Pecan (thaw), or Strawberry Rhubarb.

Order forms are available at Lynnfield High School, from any Band Booster, or on the Lynnfield High School web site:  http://www.edline.net/pages/LynnfieldHighSchool.

You must order your pies by Wednesday, November 20th.  Your pies will be available for pickup at Lynnfield High School Cafeteria on Tuesday, November 26, from 4 to 7 pm Pies not picked up by 7 pm will be donated to charity. 

Give order forms and payment to any LHS Band Booster or send them to: Thomas Westmoreland, Lynnfield High School, 275 Essex Street, Lynnfield, MA 01940.  Make checks payable to LHS Band Boosters.   Questions?  Contact Tom Westmoreland lynnfieldband@gmail.com

Help support music in our schools!  Proceeds benefit the music program at the Lynnfield High School for items not covered by the school budget, such as music equipment purchases/repair and music workshops.  Studying music encourages self-discipline and diligence, traits that carry over into intellectual pursuits and lead to effective study and work habits!

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