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Public can decide which pie represents the Good Neighbor City


MIDDLETON (WKOW) -- Middleton hosts its 50th annual Good Neighbor Festival at the end of this month.

Hubbard Avenue Diner & Bakery created a contest to come up with a pie that best represents the Good Neighbor City in anticipation of the festival. The three finalists were revealed Thursday on Wake Up Wisconsin, 27 WKOW.

Jason Harder with Hubbard created the pies after getting dozens of ideas from people in Middleton. Becky Marass and Clare Hirssig came up the Raspberry Lemonade Pie. Gail Shepler came up with Creme Brulee Pie and Judy Caruso came up with Chocolate Cherry Brownie Pie. The public has a chance to taste-test each this weekend at Hubbard and then vote on their favorite.

The Middleton Good Neighbor Festival itself is August 23, 24 and 25 at Fireman's Park next to the high school. There is a 5K Run/Walk, live music, parades, food, crafts and more. Head to this website for a full list of events.

Click here to see who created the pies that are finalists and why they think the ingredients represent the City of Middleton.

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