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Volunteers in Glenville bake pies for less fortunate

Volunteers Maggie Porter, 17 of Glenville, left, Grace Cummings, 18, of Loudonville, center, and Clare Stansbury, 17, of Niskayuna, right, peel apples in the kitchen at Glen Sanders on Sunday with  "Easy As Pie," where volunteers donate their time and ingredients to bake pies for those in need during the holiday season.
Volunteers Maggie Porter, 17 of Glenville, left, Grace Cummings, 18, of Loudonville, center, and Clare Stansbury, 17, of Niskayuna, right, peel apples in the kitchen at Glen Sanders on Sunday with "Easy As Pie," where volunteers donate their time and ingredients to bake pies for those in need during the holiday season.
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The ingredients required for a happy Thanksgiving: 8 bushels of apples, 25 gallons of pumpkin purée, 150 pounds of flour, 25 volunteers and a whole lot of kindness. That recipe evolved from the ambition of one little girl, who for the past 13 years has made it her mission to ensure that everyone has plenty of dessert to eat on Thanksgiving. Back when she was 4 or 5 years old, Baleigh Payne volunteered at Northeast ...


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cfield
November 25, 2013
5:56 a.m.

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What a wonderful thing for the young ladies to do for our community. Keep up the great work ladies and thank you to your volunteers that helped.

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