Mt. Hood 4-H thanks community for bake sale help

Brigid DePriest of the Mt. Hood 4-H Club of Parkdale writes, “The Mt. Hood 4-H group would like to thank everyone for their support and help at our bake sale at the Pumpkin Parade.

“Some of those people include: The Mount Hood Railroad crew and passengers for buying goodies, Parkdale Fire Department for letting us borrow tables and chairs, the community for buying goodies, and 4-H members for helping with the bake sale and float.

“Also those 4-H parents who helped out and baked goodies, for the 4-H parents who were only able to bake goodies, Your Party and Rental Center for the big coffee pots and Jennifer Bloom for baking apple crisps and putting them in cute little cups.”

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