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Candy cane sale helps pantry

11:33 AM, Jan. 28, 2013  |  Comments
The Steven and Becky Bauer family of Marshfield decorated their Christmas tree this year with candy canes. The three kids came up with the idea while taking down the holiday decorations to sell the candy canes to make some money and then turn around and buy some food to donate to a local food pantry. Their grandmother gave them some money for the candy canes and the kids then were able to buy a variety of soup to donate to St. Vincent de Paul's food pantry. Pictured are sons Tony and Zack Bauer and daughter Brittany Bauer.
The Steven and Becky Bauer family of Marshfield decorated their Christmas tree this year with candy canes. The three kids came up with the idea while taking down the holiday decorations to sell the candy canes to make some money and then turn around and buy some food to donate to a local food pantry. Their grandmother gave them some money for the candy canes and the kids then were able to buy a variety of soup to donate to St. Vincent de Paul's food pantry. Pictured are sons Tony and Zack Bauer and daughter Brittany Bauer.
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