, Kingston, NH


January 17, 2013

Kiwanis Pizza Bowl

EXETER - Do you like pizza? Do you like a variety of pizzas? Do you like new and exotic pizzas? Do you, your friends, and family agree on who makes the best pizza in the Exeter area? Well, for only $8.00 per person, you can eat all the pizza you want and vote for “Best Pizza in the Exeter Area”. Children under six years old and accompanied by an adult are free.

The Exeter Area Kiwanis Club is sponsoring the “2nd annual Kiwanis Pizza Bowl” to raise much needed funds for local children’s charities. Eleven of your favorite local pizzerias will be supplying nearly 150 pizzas, you get to eat all the pizza you want, and then you get to vote for who you believe makes the best pizza in the Exeter area. Local children’s charities will receive the proceeds from the event. So please plan on coming to the “2nd annual Kiwanis Pizza Bowl” for this fun, and filling, family event. You loved it last year. It will be even better this year.

The Pizza Bowl will take place on Sat., January 26, 12:00-2:00 p.m., at the Cooperative Middle School in Stratham. Although you can only vote once, you can come early and eat often.

Kiwanis strives to define excellence for service and leadership in communities around the world. Kiwanis International and its Service Leadership Programs boast nearly 600,000 members—men, women, and youth—in more than 16,000 clubs in more than eighty countries and geographic areas.

The Exeter Area Kiwanis Club is a community based organization established to serve the needs of the community’s children. As such they have worked with organizations such as Big Brother/Big Sister, Head Start, Exeter New Outlook Teen Center, and the American Red Cross. They have supported the Exeter Hospital’s Emergency Helicopter Pad and the Mobile Children’s Dental Van. They are the proud sponsor of the Builder’s Club at the Middle School, the Key Club at the High School, and the Circle K at the University of New Hampshire. You may know them for their successful road races, golf tournaments, and hot dog sales. They now look forward to this new annual family fundraiser for children’s charities.

May the best pizza win!

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