Pizza Night to benefit conservation group

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Orchard Hill Breadworks in East Alstead, N.H., has chosen Tuesday, June 19, as the date that the Windmill Hill Pinnacle Association will be the beneficiary of one of Breadworks' summertime Pizza Nights.

The Windmill Hill Pinnacle Association is a nonprofit, land-conservation organization best known for its 25 miles of publicly-accessible hiking trails running from Putney Mountain to Grafton, Vermont, and for its educational programs that connect people of all ages to the natural world.

Friends, family, and supporters are urged to participate in this outdoor fundraiser that will feature live music by Mark Greico and friends. Start time is 5 p.m., and participants are urged to get there early. For $9 Orchard Hill Breadworks provides a crust, sauce, cheese, and access to the Orchard Hill Breadworks Pizza Night picking garden, plus paper plates and cups for water. Participants should bring their favorite toppings and drinks, flatware, and a picnic blanket or lawn chair.

Pizza Night started in 2007 as a small gathering of friends and family. Over the years it has grown and changed, now attracting hundreds of guests every Tuesday from the middle of June through the last Tuesday in August. At a weekly Pizza Night benefit, Orchard Hill Breadworks gives away all the profits of that night to the chosen local non-profit organization.

Orchard Hill Breadworks is located at 121 Old Settlers Road, East Alstead. For more information, contact wilsonupaul@gmail.com or visit www.windmillhillpinnacle.org.

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