GUILFORD, Vt. — A fall tradition, a home-made pie sale — this time with COVID-safe precautions — will be held on Saturday morning, Nov. 21, from 9 a.m. to noon in the Guilford Community Church parking lot, just in time to save some preparations before Thanksgiving.
According to organizers, church volunteers will bake apple, raspberry, pecan, pumpkin and specialty pies. Customers will remain in their car and a church volunteer, dressed in COVID-safe mask and gloves, will both come to car windows to take orders and deliver pies and collect payment of cash, check or credit card. To speed your purchase, you may reserve your pie(s) and pay ahead with a credit card by calling Patty Meyers anytime at (802) 257-0994.
All proceeds benefit the church, which actively supports over 15 local programs that serve the community including Groundworks and The Root Social Justice Center.
Take 1-91 to Vermont Exit 1 (Brattleboro), south on US Route 5 just past Guilford Country Store, make a left onto Bee Barn Rd. The church address is 38 Church Drive.