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The Rev. Sandy Liddell, of Malibu United Methodist Church, serves a piece of pie to a patron of the church’s 30th annual Pie Festival on Saturday, Oct. 12. Photos by Suzy Demeter/Surfside News
(Left to right) Fallon Prockiw-Kline, Jordan Molina, Bonnie Murphy and Zenya Molina, all of whom are part of a baking club, participated in the festival.
Malibu High School senior Aaron Bond plays trombone with the band in the courtyard of Malibu United Methodist Church.
Miriam Ramirez samples a blueberry pie.
Laura Rosenthal serves as one of the event’s judges.
Katherine Leedham (left) serves a slice of “Grandma’s Strawberry Rhubarb Pie” to Christian Birky. Birky said it reminded him of being back in his grandparents’ farm in central Illinois.
Heidi Bernard (far left), executive director of Crest Associates at Pepperdine, poses with Pepperdine Ambassadors Council volunteers (left to right) Anna Brown, Joey Gasperi and Gianni Cochella. The volunteers judged and served pies.
Volunteers Kate Ross (left) and Marilyn Scott pose by the “John Lemon Peace Pie,” a lemon pudding pie.
Sadie Regan (left), 8, and Molly Regan, 10 pose with the pies they made.
Katherine Leedham (left) serves pie to 9-year-old Angie Mendez.
Barbara Burke, Freelance Reporter
4:10 am PDT October 15, 2019
As a group of jazz and blues musicians entertained the crowd, Malibuites indulged in desserts of all flavors, sizes and presentations at the 30th annual Pie Festival, hosted Saturday, Oct. 12, by Malibu United Methodist Church.