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National Pot Pie Day

Pot PieEach year on September 23, millions of people celebrate National Great American Pot Pie Day.
A baked savory pie, with both a bottom and a flaky top crust is served often to a hungry bunch. Be it frozen store bought or home-made, it is sure to please those taste buds.
The filling of a pot pie varies from many different ingredients, some of which are; beef, chicken or turkey, gravy, mixed vegetables, (potatoes, carrots, green beans and peas).
And if you are a teacher or an educator, September 24th will have a positive meaning for you as it’s “National Punctuation Day”. A period, a comma, a semicolon, a question mark, etc. are examples of some of the punctuation that is used in writing to separate sentences and their elements and to clarify meaning. These, along with all the others, are commemorated on National Punctuation Day.
Legendary Rocker Dee Snider of Twisted Sister will once again lead thousands of motorcycle riders in his annual ride for charity on Sunday, October 1st 2017, at the Town of Hempstead Lido Beach Park. This will be the fifteenth year that Dee Snider has sponsored his popular ride. Last year, over 1,500 riders and guests participated in Dee Snider’s Charity ride, which is the largest event of its kind on Long Island. Grand Marshal for this year’s ride is actor, Lorenzo Lamas.
This year’s charity ride with Dee Snider is to help benefit Melissa’s Wish. All proceeds will go to benefit “Melissa’s Wish” which is a not for profit organization founded with the purpose of providing support to the caregivers assisting those affected with a serious illness, injury or end of life event.
To pre-register for Dee’s Charity Ride, please visit: http://deesnidersride.com/.The cost is $30 per rider and $20 per passenger.
If you are unable to attend Dee Snider’s Charity Ride, but are interested in making a donation, you may do so by visiting http://deesnidersride.com/.

 

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