Marilyn's Bakery celebrates 25th anniversary by helping local community

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Published on March 01, 2011 with No Comments

When Marilyn’s Bakery opens the doors for the first time this year it will be to help local community organizations raise money while filling stomachs with homemade pies. This season Marilyn’s Bakery is celebrating their 25th year in business by donating $2.50 from each large pie sold in the store to one of three organizations: Hobart Food Pantry, Sacred Transformation and the Caring Place.

“We are honoring these organizations and share our success with those who selflessly offer themselves,” said Barbara Tracy, president of Marilyn’s Bakery.

Marilyn’s Bakery has a long tradition of helping their local community since the day they opened. Marilyn’s Bakery has planned 25 days for 25 years in March. When walking into the store, be sure to read the calendar daily as the special is going to be different everyday in March.

“This our way of saying thank-you with daily specials,” Tracy said.

As a family-run business, Marilyn and her daughter, Barbara, are dedicated to serving both their neighborhood and their world by supporting the local economy and environment. Since 1986, Marilyn’s Bakery has provided Northwest Indiana with homemade baked goods with a conscience focusing on seasonal items made with locally-grown, farm-fresh produce.

They offer a large vegetarian selection and a wide variety of healthy alternatives. Only fair-trade coffee is served. This year, they are introducing environmentally conscious packaging to further support their efforts. Marilyn’s Bakery is committed to making the world a better place for everyone, one pie at a time.

Marilyn’s Bakery is located at 8960 East Ridge Road in Hobart. They are open Monday through Friday 8 a.m. to 6 p.m., Saturday 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. and they are closed on Sunday. For more information, stop in or call the bakery at 219-962-Bake (2253).

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