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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


“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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