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St. Peter's Church Bake Sale Started Wednesday

Story By: Greg Heindel

 

 

 
 
 
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  Original Published: 3/20/2013

Saint Peter's Catholic Church in Mansfield started its annual two-day bake sale Wednesday.

The church's basement is filled with tasty home-made treats, including the popular cabbage rolls and baklava.

Bake sale coordinator Ann Brown says church members also made more than 500 Poticas and a couple of hundred more braided breads and butter rings, not to mention hundreds of pounds of chocolates, cookies, and brownies. 

The bake sales raises about $15,000 and attracts hundreds of people.

The Saint Peter's bake sale runs until 7 pm Wednesday and continues Wednesday from seven am to one pm.

   
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