Originally Posted by Bamabuzzard
I think what we're doing is plates with two sides, slice of bread and maybe a slice of cake that I'm sure a lot of the ladies will bake up and want to put in there. I'm just not sure what to charge. At first blush I'm thinking no less than $6-8$/plate. Is that too high or too cheap?
Are all the inputs being donated? I think $8 would be a good price if you are trying to raise money. People would probably put out $10 since it is going for the kids.
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