As Western as Dutch apple pie
Oct. 1, 2002
KALAMAZOO -- WMU's Hilltoppers are taking orders for frozen deep dish pies to raise money for Phase III of the Prospect Hill clean up efforts on Western Michigan University's historic East Campus.
"Just in time for the holidays," the Hilltoppers are offering Dutch apple, apple and pumpkin frozen deep dish pies for $7 each, or two for $12. Orders must be received by Friday, Oct. 4. Pies will be available for pick up on Wednesday, Oct. 16, between 2 and 7 p.m. in the North Parking Lot of Sangren Hall. Payment and additional contributions to Hilltoppers should be made payable to "WMU Hilltoppers" and sent to the address below along with your name, phone number, e-mail address and the number and kind of pie(s) ordered.
The Hilltoppers are a volunteer group working with administrators and Landscape Services at WMU to improve and maintain Prospect Hill. The hill was the site of WMU's original campus, but its dramatic view of Kalamazoo has been marred by a decade's of tree and brush overgrowth.
Hilltoppers are also seeking volunteers to help with the Phase III clean up. Click here for a related WMU News article. To register for the Oct. 19 event or obtain more information, visit the Web at <www.wmich.edu/hilltoppers> or call (269) 387-3456.
Media contact: Thom Myers, 269 387-8400, firstname.lastname@example.org