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Staff gets pies in the face: Yarmouth Central school students rewarded for fundraising effort


YARMOUTH, N.S. – The squeals of delight were too loud to be drowned out by the laughter at Yarmouth Central School on Dec. 21 as students got an extra special holiday treat before their Christmas break began.

The school had recently taken part in its annual gift card tree fundraiser. As added incentive for students to sell tickets, six members of the school’s teaching and support staff said they would let students throw pies in their face if the fundraiser was a successful one.

Honestly, who’s going to turn that offer?

 

Get ready Mr. Glenn Bourque. You're about to get a pie in the face from Madeline Mooney.
Get ready Mr. Glenn Bourque. You're about to get a pie in the face from Madeline Mooney.

 

 

 

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There were lots of smiles, even behind messy faces, at Yarmouth Central elementary school on Dec. 21 as students got to throw whip cream pies in the faces of school staff and teachers as a reward for their efforts in a school fundraiser.
There were lots of smiles, even behind messy faces, at Yarmouth Central elementary school on Dec. 21 as students got to throw whip cream pies in the faces of school staff and teachers as a reward for their efforts in a school fundraiser.

 

 

 

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