Bakery supports Miss Ruby’s Kids

  • Wednesday, April 30, 2014

Pawleys Island Bakery owner Max Goree will donate a portion of proceeds on May 8.

“Businesses Strengthening Families” – A New Miss Ruby’s Kids Initiative – will kick off on May 8, when Pawleys Island Bakery will contribute a portion of that day’s sales to Miss Ruby’s Kids.

Bakery owner Max Goree is well known for his community involvement and support since opening the bakery in 2010. He approached Miss Ruby’s Kids about initiating a program similar to the successful and popular “Dining for a Cause” but one that would take the event in a new direction, encouraging non-restaurant businesses to participate by sharing a designated day’s proceeds with Miss Ruby’s Kids.

Located at 10517 Ocean Hwy., Pawleys Island Bakery, a family-friendly business, fast became a favorite among locals and visitors. Goree and his staff not only offer a vast variety of baked goods including breakfast pastries, artisan breads, pies, tarts, cookies, cupcakes, and scones, but also include a selection of soups, salads and sandwiches daily. The bakery also specializes in wedding cakes and other unique items.

The bakery is open from 6 a.m. until 6 p.m. Monday through Saturday and from 6 a.m. until 1 p.m. on Sunday.

Miss Ruby’s Kids is an early childhood literacy program that was founded over ten years ago. The organization works with two and three-year-old children and their parents/care givers in the home and continues to support the children when they reach school age through the volunteer education mentor program.


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