Wanted: Yummy baked goods

The R. Roger Rowe School is hosting a Halloween Bake Sale at its annual carnival on Oct. 30, and it is looking for a few good bites.

Ranch parents are asked to donate individually wrapped home-baked or store-bought goods and deliver them to the Rancho Santa Fe Community Center from 7:30 to 8:30 a.m. Oct. 30. The bake sale will be held at the carnival from 1 to 4 p.m. to raise money for the school.

The circular drive-through in front of the community center will be open, and parent and student volunteers will be standing by to gather goodies.

Treats must be delivered on paper plates or in disposable containers. Organizers are unable to return serving dishes.

Items needed are two dozen cookies or brownies, one dozen cupcakes, one loaf of quick bread, cake, pie, one dozen muffins, caramel apples individually wrapped and coffee cake.

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