Botetourt Elementary School PTA Back to School Bake Sale a SUCCESS!
The future is in the hands of the children and this month our community rallied in support of them!
On Saturday, September 16, we were delighted to partner with the Botetourt Elementary School PTA and host a Back-to-School bake sale to support their efforts to support the students.
The Botetourt PTA gathered 30 bakers who donated over 700 individual cookies, brownies and treats as well as numerous whole cakes, pies and the like.
Kelsick Specialty Market threw in some of our own goodies, augmenting the sale with frozen meals.
The final tally for the day?
$765…and that didn’t include the value of the many school supplies that were donated.
Thank you all for your generous support of the Botetourt Elementary School PTA and your continued support of Kelsick Specialty Market.
Botetourt Elementary Principal Tish Hudgins, students Tabb Hogge and Katherine Gibson, and Botetourt PTA President Charity Scouten show off the fancy cakes at a PTA bake sale at Kelsick Specialty Market on Gloucester’s Main Street. The bake sale was sponsored by Kelsick Specialty Market owner Beth Haskell, who has supported Botetourt’s PTA for three generations.
Botetourt Elementary students Karagan Walke, Katherine Gibson, and Kate Reichenbach offer fresh lemonade to visitors at the Botetourt PTA and Kelsick Specialty Market Bake Sale. The event raised more than $765 for the Botetourt PTA.
Eva Mullins buys lemonade from Botetourt Elementary students Karagan Walke, Katherine Gibson, and Kate Reichenbach at the Botetourt PTA and Kelsick Specialty Market Bake Sale. The event, sponsored by Kelsick Specialty Market, raised more than $765 for Botetourt’s PTA.
Visitors of all ages shop the goods at the Botetourt Elementary PTA and Kelsick Specialty Market Bake Sale. Baked goods were augmented by frozen meals prepared and donated by Kelsick Specialty Market to support Botetourt’s PTA.