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Pie in the face for charity
on Apr 29, 2009 at 1:13 p.m.
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Todd Hale suffered a more direct shot.
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Travis Hensch was a popular target, taunting the students into throwing pies.
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Holly Becker smiles as a pie grazes her face.
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Silbernick didn't get far after toweling off, getting a few pies from the teachers
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Activities Director Brian Silbernick pulls his head out of the "pie hole" before toweling off.
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A chance to throw a pie in the face of your favorite teacher? That prospect had students lined up en masse.
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Travis Hensch glances over to see if Jay Patterson's cardboard design is fancier than his.
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Photo by Dana Pavek WDC's Emily Ament organized a pie-throwing contest to raise money for the World Hunger fundraiser involving several local churches.
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