Apple Pie Tradition
CLICK HERE to Contribute Home Baked Pies or to be part of the Delivery Team
Our next APPLE PIE TRADITION event:
Tuesday, March 12, 2019
… a very important part of our Annual
Home Educators’ Day at the Capitol.
Each year this outreach …
- Delights our government authorities with this special and delicious gift. (They look forward to it each year!)
- Makes our presence known to our state legislators and other officials in this unique way,
- Lets them see our faces and meet us as real people,
- Give parents and students opportunity to ask our elected officials questions and to share why homeschooling is important to them.
We are most grateful for how the Lord has blessed our past efforts to honor all our 147 Legislators plus our Governor and Lt. Governor
So would you please consider being an Apple Pie Team Member this year?
- And would you encourage other families to join you and sign up now?
- Register and/or Commit to Baking Pies Here: Day at the Capitol & Apple Pie Registration
Important Instructions for Legislators’ Apple Pies
- Please make sure the pies you bake are
- Homemade Apple Pie
- Double-crusted or crumb topping
- An 8-9” (8-9 inch) DISPOSABLE pie tin. (Pies not in a DISPOSABLE pie tin cannot be delivered.)
- Wrapped twice with saran wrap and taped on bottom
- All contained inside of a gallon Ziploc bag
- It is good to bake pies in advance and freeze (this actually works very well).
- But the pies must be completely thawed upon delivery. Allow 2-3 days. Frozen or partially frozen pies cannot be delivered.
- Bring your pie(s), and possibly the pies baked by friends who are unable to attend,
- to the Columbia Room in the Capitol Building
- by 8-9 a.m., Tuesday, March 12, 2019.
- P.S. And consider a “Pie Baking Day” together with other families, making the process doubly rewarding! “Many hands make the work light,” and more fun!
We are looking forward to seeing what the Lord will do at our Day at the Capitol this year!