Habitat for Humanity thankful for support

To the Editor,The 13th Great Pasty Project held January 31 and February 1 was a huge success thanks to all the volunteers who contributed their time and effort as they came together at the First United Methodist Church in Adrian. They produced over 3300 pasties along with the macaroni and cheese and apple crisp created by the Culinary Arts students at the Tech. Center, which will bring a profit of $17,000. Volunteers of all ages came together to work as an assembly line in the kitchen and fellowship hall. Hundreds of pounds of vegetables were peeled, thousands of crusts were rolled, and thousands of meat trays and freezer bags were filled for freezing in the huge freezer truck.Thanks to the Daily Telegram and all the county newspapers and radio stations, pickup site churches, volunteers, as well as contributors, those who made donations and those who purchased the pasties and pastas to support Habitat for Humanity of Lenawee. Thanks to the twenty-two people from across the county who worked together on the Pasty Project Planning Board for their hard work.After eating the pasties, macaroni and cheese, and apple crisp, people have returned to purchase more! Remember the products are each only $5. The veggie pasties and macaroni and cheese would be perfect for meatless meals during this Lenton Season. There are still meat and veggie pasties, macaroni and cheese, and apple crisp available during business hours (9 to 5) at the Habitat Office at 1205 East Beecher Street between Treat and Gulf Streets in Adrian.Pasty Project Planning BoardNorm and Sally Glasser

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