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June 21, 2013

No pie in the sky donation

Contest winner donates pies to Center of Hope, matched by offer of meals by sponsoring business

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“Needy people need to eat more than pie,” Hutchens said. “They need a meal, and we’re willing to help get it to them.”

Hutch’s has helped in the community in the past, working with Appletree Ministries to provide a free Thanksgiving dinner last year. Appletree Ministries Founder Tom Davis is a former kitchen worker with Center of Hope known as “Kitchen Tom,” Bledsoe said.

Hutchens said he is working on getting someone to make a pie costume for Hutch’s. In the short term, Hutchens made a Mr. Doughjangles cutout in honor of the occasion, which seemed to pique the interest of Ogle’s daughter Colbie.

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