HAPPY EARTH DAY

Timmy Cakes are available at Holliston Superette

by Joanne O'Connell
September 14, 2017

A limited number of freshly frozen Timmy Cakes are available at Holliston Superette. Cakes are $60 each. Please make checks payable to "The Timothy O'Connell Foundation".


All proceeds support pediatric cancer research and scholarships for high school seniors who are residents of Holliston and who plan to pursue careers in the health sciences.

 

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