Participating in the Celebrity Pie Auction June 16 are, from left, Pastor Will VerDuin of Evangelical United Church of Christ, Curt Libbra of Highland News Leader, Jay Boulanger of Spengel-Boulanger Funeral Home, Howard Held of Scheffel-Boyle and the Highland Chamber of Commerce, and City Manager Mark Latham. Also baking, but not present for the photo, are Mayor Joe Michaelis, Chief of Police Terry Bell, Superintendent of Schools Mike Sutton, and Bruce Bellm of Highland Country Club.
Participating in the Celebrity Pie Auction June 16 are, from left, Pastor Will VerDuin of Evangelical United Church of Christ, Curt Libbra of Highland News Leader, Jay Boulanger of Spengel-Boulanger Funeral Home, Howard Held of Scheffel-Boyle and the Highland Chamber of Commerce, and City Manager Mark Latham. Also baking, but not present for the photo, are Mayor Joe Michaelis, Chief of Police Terry Bell, Superintendent of Schools Mike Sutton, and Bruce Bellm of Highland Country Club. Megan Braa mbraa@bnd.com
Participating in the Celebrity Pie Auction June 16 are, from left, Pastor Will VerDuin of Evangelical United Church of Christ, Curt Libbra of Highland News Leader, Jay Boulanger of Spengel-Boulanger Funeral Home, Howard Held of Scheffel-Boyle and the Highland Chamber of Commerce, and City Manager Mark Latham. Also baking, but not present for the photo, are Mayor Joe Michaelis, Chief of Police Terry Bell, Superintendent of Schools Mike Sutton, and Bruce Bellm of Highland Country Club. Megan Braa mbraa@bnd.com

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