Bay Minette schools raise $9,000 after pie in the face challenge

Staff Report
Posted 12/21/22

School administrators and resource officers took a pie to the face, all in the name of a good cause. A friendly competition was held amongst Baldwin County High, Bay Minette Middle, Bay Minette …

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Bay Minette schools raise $9,000 after pie in the face challenge

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School administrators and resource officers took a pie to the face, all in the name of a good cause. A friendly competition was held amongst Baldwin County High, Bay Minette Middle, Bay Minette Elementary and North Baldwin Center for Technology in support of No Shave November, a fundraiser for the Bay Minette Police Department.

This year the SROs at each school challenged one another to see who could raise the most money as a school. The winning school would be able to put a pie in the face of the other SROs and administrators from the losing schools.

Bay Minette Middle School raised more than $1,700 and bragging rights. They made good on the pie challenge too.

BMMS held an assembly so the students could watch its faculty put a pie in the face of the losing school participants. The good sports included: Sgt. Kendrick Banks, Principal Adam Sealy, Head of Maintenance James Pettis with NBCT; SRO Paul Adams and Assistant Principal Leighann Swindle, BMES; SRO Jacob Stewart and Assistant Principal Mark Heaton with BCHS. Through this and other donations, the No Shave November fundraiser brought in more than $9,000 for the BMPD Shop with a Cop Christmas fund and the Hourglass Program.

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