New England weather may have put a pause on last week’s Pi Day festivities, but on Thursday, March 22, students of Cathedral High School will team up with Table Talk Pies, America’s favorite pie maker, for its fundraiser in support of the school’s music program. More than 20 students of the grades 7-12 college preparatory school will station at Boston’s Downtown Crossing to sell more than 1,000 of Table Talk Pies’ signature 4” snack pies.
A variety of the brand’s famous flavors will be available to downtown pedestrians. Pies will be sold for $1 each and 100 percent of the proceeds will support Cathedral High School’s music program. Student musicians will also be onsite to play for passersby.
Dr. Oscar Santos, Head of Cathedral High School, encourages students to have fun with math and says, “Do not fear mathematics; it is as simple as Pi!”
Thursday, March 22, 2018
12 P.M. – 2 P.M.
Boston’s Downtown Crossing
Summer Street, Boston, MA 02110 (stationed in front of Macy’s)
About Table Talk Pies
Founded in 1924, Table Talk Pies is one of the leading full line producers of pies, providing its customers with a wide range of sizes and formats. Headquartered in Worcester, Massachusetts, the skilled bakers bake over 80 million snack pies a year, in addition to the 8” and 10” pies. Always a favorite of every New Englander, pies are now distributed from coast to coast. Table Talk Pies can be found in your local grocery store, convenience store, vending machine or mass merchandiser.
About Cathedral High School
Cathedral 7-12 High School is an urban, independent, Catholic, coeducational, college preparatory school serving boys and girls from grades 7 through 12 in Boston’s historic South End. For more than 90 years, Cathedral High has provided a first-rate education to students of all walks of life and backgrounds from greater Boston. For more information, visit cathedralhighschool.net or visit our Facebook and Twitter pages.