Food & Dining

Presbyterian Preschool to hold holiday food sale

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Proceeds from the 17th annual Newnan Presbyterian Preschool holiday food sale go directly to the school for enhancements in technology and other uses. From left are students Hudson Nestlehutt, Mary Martin Bowen, Betsy Hoffman and Darden Lee. 


Newnan Presbyterian Preschool is hosting its 17th annual holiday food sale on Nov. 21.

“The pre-sale is a fabulous way for people to order what they want without having to be present at the sale on the 21st,” said pre-school spokesperson Jennifer Lackey. “Pre-sale items will include Poppy Seed chicken casserole, ham tetrazzini, pecan pie, cinnamon rolls, and biscuits.”

To place an order just email your order to nppparentscouncil@gmail.com by Nov. 15 and your order will be available for pickup in the Fellowship Hall Nov. 21.

The food sale will begin at 9:30 a.m.

“All proceeds go directly to the school for enhancements in technology, security and to keep Newnan Presbyterian Preschool & Kindergarten the best pre-school/kindergarten program in the area,” said Lackey. “The sale is a great way to stock up on food for the holiday season as well as filling your freezer with easy meals to pull out and warm up on those busy evenings.

“The sale will include casseroles, pies, cakes, soups, breads, and much more. All items are packaged beautifully and priced reasonably for home-cooked meals. Each item will also include a list of ingredients so the purchaser knows exactly what is in the dish, to ensure it is safe to eat for those with allergies.”

Lackey added that the preschool is doing the raffle baskets again this year. Some of the baskets include themes such as sports, books, shop ‘til you drop, movie, hunting/ fishing, Super Hero, adult sports, golf, Barbie/Princess, Disney and a dining basket. Raffle tickets will be $1 each and participants may choose to put it in the drawing for the basket of their choice or for all of them.



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