Homemade goods for wounded soldiers


Salomon Gonzalez

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There is a group of students who are outside at the Russell Union Rotunda every Tuesday from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. selling homemade goods to give back to soldiers and veterans.

They bake fresh goodies with different themes each week with the intentions to be sold. All the proceeds go towards The Wounded Warrior Project which has been helping injured soldiers and veterans since September 11, 2001.

Bailey Webster, founder of The Pastry Project, said, “I have always enjoyed baking and have been told my pastries are good, so why not sell them and raise money to help out a cause.”

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