Friday, January 26, 2007


Based in New York, Flour City Bakery is Karley Ziegler Mott's business. She makes what she calls "handmade soaps, lotions and other fine potions."

On Monday, Jan. 29, you can buy what Mott makes, and help fight pancreatic cancer. You'll also be remembering one helluva newspaperman.

From a Mott e-mail:
The Lustgarten Foundation is the only one whose donations go completely to research rather than funding the pharmaceutical companies. Former President Carter is very active in this charity.

If you could pass this on, I would appreciate it. Whether people purchase one lip balm or 500 bars of soap, every cent will help a good cause.
Karley Mott's father was Lou Ziegler, former editor of the News-Leader. Monday marks the two-year anniversary of Ziegler's death from pancreatic cancer. He was 56.

On Monday, honor the memory of the man and help fight what killed him. Flour City Bakery is the place to do it. As Mott notes in her e-mail, "Dad wouldn't want me feeling blue on the 29th -- he would want the people he cared about to do something positive."

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