Saturday, December 13, 2008

Katie's Kakes

One of my sweet nieces, Katie, is earning money to go to Germany next year. One of her fundraisers is making cakes for your Christmas and New Year's pleasure. Read her letter below and let me know if you would like to order a cake to help support her!

Katie Dickerman is a 13 year old, 8th grader at Lincoln Middle School in Oceanside. She is president of the Beehives at church, active in dance and choir at school and always on the academic and citizenship honor rolls.

Katie is planning to go to Germany on an exchange student program in the Summer of 2009. She must earn the money to go and has done so by baking and selling goodies at her school. She has raised a significant amount on her own, but she still has a long way to go. Would you please help her out by ordering a cake for Christmas or New Years?

The menu of cakes is listed below and they are both delicious and festive. Please choose your cake and give your order to Rachel Ashcraft (you can leave it as a comment here or you can email, who will have the cakes available for pick up at her home or delivery on December 23 or 30, 2008. By the way, Katie will continue to have these and other cakes available for birthdays, graduations and other special occasions during the first half of 2009. Thank you for your help in allowing her to represent American values, culture and friendship to German students.

Write down your name and phone number and indicate the cake that you want. All cakes are $12.00 each. They make great Christmas presents, desserts for Christmas or New Year's parties or as dessert for your holiday dinner. Thanks again for helping Katie reach this important goal. Merry Christmas, Happy New Year.

Menu of Cakes:

Key Lime Cake with strawberry cream cheese frosting (very Christmas-ie);

Chocolate-Chocolate Chip Cake with chocolate frosting (death by chocolate, but what a way to go!);

Chocolate Peanut Butter Chip Cake with chocolate frosting (for those who love Reese’s);

Strawberry Swirl Cake with cream cheese frosting (also very festive for holiday parties);

Pineapple Upside Down Cake – no frosting necessary (done in a bundt cake style is a special treat and very pretty).

1 comment:

Stacy Lawrence said...

peanut butter!!!!!!! MmMmMmMmMmMmMmMmMm!!!!!!!!