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Piqua Mayor Kazy Hinds, left, and Mike Yannucci, owner of Jamison & Yannucci Funeral Home share a laugh after receiving a pie in the face during Cakes For A Cause at the Miami Valley Centre Mall last week. The annual fundraiser for the Piqua Community Foundation saw 79 cakes donated for the auction. Miami Valley Steel, won the People’s Choice Award. The pie-throwing event was “thrown” in as incentive for donations as part of the cake donated by the Miami Valley Centre Mall. Photos of all cake entries and a complete list of award-winning cakes will be posted at piquacommunityfoundation.org.

Mike Ullery | Daily Call Piqua Mayor Kazy Hinds, left, and Mike Yannucci, owner of Jamison & Yannucci Funeral Home share a laugh after receiving a pie in the face during Cakes For A Cause at the Miami Valley Centre Mall last week. The annual fundraiser for the Piqua Community Foundation saw 79 cakes donated for the auction. Miami Valley Steel, won the People’s Choice Award. The pie-throwing event was “thrown” in as incentive for donations as part of the cake donated by the Miami Valley Centre Mall. Photos of all cake entries and a complete list of award-winning cakes will be posted at piquacommunityfoundation.org.
http://dailycall.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/04/web1_042116mju_mall_cakesforacause.jpgMike Ullery | Daily Call Piqua Mayor Kazy Hinds, left, and Mike Yannucci, owner of Jamison & Yannucci Funeral Home share a laugh after receiving a pie in the face during Cakes For A Cause at the Miami Valley Centre Mall last week. The annual fundraiser for the Piqua Community Foundation saw 79 cakes donated for the auction. Miami Valley Steel, won the People’s Choice Award. The pie-throwing event was “thrown” in as incentive for donations as part of the cake donated by the Miami Valley Centre Mall. Photos of all cake entries and a complete list of award-winning cakes will be posted at piquacommunityfoundation.org.
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