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500 pies baked for charities

Schenectady County Community College (SCCC) and the American Culinary Federation’s (ACF) SCCC chapter announces its 12th  annual “Easy as Pie,” service project on Monday, November 19 at SCCC’s Culinary Arts Center. Each year, SCCC students and organizations from the community come together to bake an average of 500 pies and donate them to those in need for the holidays, including local flood victims still feeling the effects of last year’s Hurricane Irene.
Schenectady County Community College (SCCC) and the American Culinary Federation’s (ACF) SCCC chapter announces its 12th annual “Easy as Pie,” service project on Monday, November 19 at SCCC’s Culinary Arts Center. Each year, SCCC students and organizations from the community come together to bake an average of 500 pies and donate them to those in need for the holidays, including local flood victims still feeling the effects of last year’s Hurricane Irene.
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An estimated 500 pies baked by a group of Schenectady County Community College culinary students and other volunteers Monday are set to go to local charities for their Thanksgiving dinners, officials said. The apple and pumpkin pies were baked Monday as part of a five-hour event at the college called “Easy as Pie.” This is the 12th year for the event. Among those receiving this year’s pies will be the YWCA Women’s Shelter, Bethesda House ...


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safny
November 20, 2012
6:21 a.m.

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Good people.

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