Why bake when the Knights can do it for you?
The Knights of Columbus, Sacred Heart Council 1847 St. Mary Parish Franklin MA is running their 5th Annual Thanksgiving Pie Sale. Our famous bakery (same as last year) is the family owned Mann’s Orchards and Bakery. The flavors will be - Apple, Pecan, Pumpkin and our new Burgundy.
These Pies are fantastic.... outstanding flavor, aroma, and taste. The price will be $16.00 per Pie. As was last year you will be able to DONATE a pie. All donations will go to the Franklin Senior Center and the Franklin Food Pantry for distribution at Thanksgiving time.
This year there will be 2 means by which you may purchase your Thanksgiving Day pies. Please visit our website https://www.kofc1847.org/payments-thanksgiving-pie-sale or on Facebook…… KnightsofColumbusCouncil1847. You will find a link to order and pay for your order. The site is open now till November 14. We will also be taking Pie orders in person over two weekends this year November 5, 6 and November 12-13, after all the Masses at St Mary Franklin. We will be set up in the back of the Church to take your Pie orders.
Cash, Check, or Credit Card will be accepted. On line orders are Credit Card only.
You will be able to Pick Up your order of Thanksgiving Day Pies on Tuesday, November 22, from 3 PM – 6 PM at the CCD Offices at the old St. Mary's Franklin Parish School (previously the Charter School) on the 1st floor. You will see our Signs.
We are excited again this year to bring this quality product to St Mary Parish community and all our Franklin neighbors.
Please support this most worthy cause, enjoy them on your dinner table as well as help a senior and people in need to make their Thanksgiving Day special with a Pie (or2) from Mann’s Orchard.
Any questions, please call Jim Campbell at 508-848-8681 or Jim Lane at 774-571-9804 or Mike Swan 508-404-4792.
Thank You for your generosity and “giving back”...
Knights of Columbus, Sacred Heart Council 1847 Franklin, MA 02038
|5th Annual Thanksgiving Day Pie Sale – Knights Of Columbus, Franklin|
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