Making baking count

Sparwood Seniors cook up some fresh baking, selling it to raise money.

These seniors showcase some homemade rhubarb pies

Sparwood seniors are busy in the kitchen baking away, for their ongoing fundraising efforts. The group, which consists of approximately twenty seniors cook everything from pies to perogies, making it all from scratch and selling the homemade items at the Seniors Drop in Center on Monday’s from 9:30 a.m. till noon. “We have all types of pies for sale, rhubarb, lemon meringue, apple, blueberry and rhubarb crumble. We also make perogies, shepherd pie, cabbage rolls and chili which are sold in small or single servings and great for an easy lunch or dinner,” says Bunny Mercereau, Seniors Society President.

“We would like to invite the community down to purchase any of our baking, or take an order form if you can’t make it during Monday morning’s,” she said. Funds from the baking goes towards Senior’s projects.

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