Life of Pie: Mike Copperthite Celebrates Family Business

Historian, consultant and baker Mike Copperthite continues to celebrate the 125th anniversary of his family business, the Connecticut-Copperthite Pie Baking Company of Georgetown. He hosted a party for Carol Dyer’s “Back In The Day” poster, as seen previously in the Georgetowner, at Martin’s Tavern April 24 also to celebrate the 80th anniversary of Martin’s Tavern. He sent a very nice donation check to St. John’s Church. This Saturday, May 11, at 2 p.m., Copperthite will be at the Georgetown Public Library, offering up some pie slices and a photograph donation to the library’s Peabody Room, which is a center for historical research for Georgetown.

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