On July 22, 2021

Pie in the Face for Chase expands

The 8th Annual event will be held Sunday Aug. 22, 2021 from 12-5 p.m. Please save the date and plan on joining us — everyone is welcome! The event is moving up a month to have some hopefully warmer weather and still be in summer vacation for the kids. It’s also moving from Mogul’s Sports Pub & Restaurant to Dream Maker Bakers (formerly the Pasta Pot location on Route 4).

“We want to thank Sal for all his generosity and Moguls for hosting us for all these years, but we need more space and DMB is perfect for all that we have planned,” organizers stated. “Let’s remember why we do this and that’s for Chase Kuehl and the Phelan-McDermid Syndrome Foundation. It’s only $15 to get in to watch the mayhem and that also gets you lunch and entered in the door prize raffle. For only $22, you can pie a local celebrity yourself!”

There will also be a silent auction and 50/50 raffle. 100% of the proceeds are donated. For more information, visit pieinthefaceforchase.com.

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