People stuffed their faces with pie Sunday afternoon at the Crozet Mudhouse Coffee shop for the fourth annual Pie Fest, featuring 14 homemade pies.
Pie Fest started several years ago as a pie making competition and now it has turned into an annual event to raise money for People and Congregations Engaged in Ministry, or PACEM, a group of community partners that provide shelter for the homeless during the winter months.
Pie Fest coordinator Rebecca Cooper said, "I think everybody loves pie. There's just something inherently fun and community based about the notion of pie. And it's sort of got an old-timey feel, to, to come together with your neighbors and enjoy some pie. Everybody loves to bake them and those who don't bake love to eat them."
The desserts were sold for $1 a slice. There was also a silent auction to help raise money for PACEM.
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