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LivingFood and DrinkGet your Civitan Christmas tourtieres and cakes now

Get your Civitan Christmas tourtieres and cakes now

Tourtieres and Claxton Christmas Cakes – Civitans Working for You

Almonte Civitans were immersed in pie crust and apples but overjoyed at the support of our community with our Apple Pie project held in October. Thank you so much Mississippi Mills and surrounding area. The funds raised through our pie and cake sales help us reach out to make a difference in our community. 

Our second Pie Days will see us making Tourtieres – 50% pork and 50% beef.  Again, our Civitan volunteers and friends will follow all the necessary Covid-19 health guidelines. Unfortunately, we cannot make the cherry pies this year. 

10-inch Tourtieres – $17

Order by Nov 23rd.   Pick up Wednesday, Dec 2nd between Noon – 6 PM

Order by emailing OR online at the “shop” at Or calling Marsha Guthrie at 613-256-1102.

For your convenience pies can be prepaid through the sales store when ordering on the website or by e-transfer to  We will accept cash but payment can also be made by using your chip debit/credit card at pick up on Dec 2.    

Looking for Claxton Christmas Cakes?  $7 for I lb or 3lb box for $20 – you can mix dark and light.

Purchase from Ace Country, Couples Corners, Don’s Meat Market, Levi’s Home Hardware and Gilligallou Bird in Almonte and 5-Span Feed & Seed, or Nicholson Sundries in Pakenhem. Watch for Civitans selling at Rexall, Shoppers and Patrice’s as well on certain days of the week.  

Or Order by December 16 to or call  Alison at 613-618-5716.  Prepay with e-transfer to, or pay at pick-up with exact cash or cheque in envelope or chip debit/credit.  

Pick Up from Civitan Hall Saturdays, Nov 21, December 5, 12 & 19 between 1-3 pm or Thursday, December 10 between 5-7 pm. 




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