Pie on Pi Day (March 14th as in ∏ = 3.14…) is nothing new. My family loves pie and obscure jokes like math jokes. Having a pie fight on Pi Day sounds like a fun new twist. A local group that has raised money for the National Multiple Sclerosis Society each year through the East Central Indiana Walk MS is upping the ante this year to make a bigger donation. Their goal is to raise $1000 before participating in this year’s walk. They are raising this money by putting on a big messy pie fight.
You can donate here to help fund MS research. If you are in central Indiana, you can join in the pie fight on Pi Day at Central Christian Church in Anderson (923 Jackson Street 46016). There will be a raffle for the right to Throw the First Pie. After the pie fight, you will want to have some cash to get your chance to throw pies at the seated team members. You can find out more on Facebook or on the booster page. Be sure to use the hashtag #MandisPiDay to help them build some social momentum.
Multiple Sclerosis is a neurological disease that is important to me personally. It is an unpredictable disease that can be devastating for all even if the symptoms are different for every person. Research is needed to better understand this disorder and develop new treatments.
We still have plenty of blueberries left, so I will probably make a blueberry pie on Pi Day. I can only hope that it looks as lovely as the one pictured. What kind of pie will you serve on Pi Day?