MACU invites public to ‘Drive by for Pie’
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Mountain America Credit Union is hosting a fundraiser for the Family Support Center in Moab. The business is inviting local residents to “Drive by for Pie” on Friday, Oct. 26 from noon to 3 p.m., according to a news release.

Anyone who comes by the credit union, located at 1047 S. Main St. in Moab, will receive a free slice of pie and have the opportunity to reserve a pie for the upcoming holidays. Officials said that $1 for each pie ordered will be donated to the Family Support Center.

Village Market, which is co-sponsoring the event, will bake the pies. Pies can be reserved for pickup at any time during the holiday season, according to the news release. Those who reserve pies will receive a coupon from Village Market that can be used to pick up the pie on the designated reservation date.

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