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January 23, 2014

Pizza Bowl Fundraiser

EXETER —The Exeter Area Kiwanis Club is happy to announce that they will be presenting the third annual Kiwanis Pizza Bowl. This is a fundraiser for local children’s charities and programs. 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 $10.00 per adult, and $5.00 for people 6-12 years, you can eat all the pizza you want, from many local pizzerias, all on one place. Children under six years old and accompanied by an adult will be admitted for free.

The Exeter Area Kiwanis Club is sponsoring the “third annual Kiwanis Pizza Bowl” to raise much needed funds for local children’s charities and programs. Many of your favorite local pizzerias will be supplying nearly 150 pizzas; you get to eat all the pizza you want and taste for yourself who 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 “third annual Kiwanis Pizza Bowl” for this fun, filling, family fundraiser. You loved it last year. It will be even better this year.

Pizzerias agreeing to participate thus far this year include; New England House of Pizza, Shooter’s Pub, and Pizza Academy, all from Exeter. From Stratham will be Mama Lena’s Pizzeria and Shaws Supermarket. Jeremey’s Pizzeria & Deli from Newmarket and Fremont Pizzeria from Kingston will be there. Zacky’s Pizzeria from Epping will also be making a return appearance. There is space available for a few more interested pizzerias.

The Kiwanis Pizza Bowl will take place on Sat., January 25, from 12:00-2:00 p.m. at the Cooperative Middle School in Stratham. Come early and eat often. Come and taste the best pizzas in the Exeter area.

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