LAFAYETTE, Ind. (WLFI) - People are lining up in Lafayette to buy some pie. The annual Lafayette Christian School Dutch apple pie sale started this morning. Cars lined the street while volunteers took orders.
The school made a record 7,200 pies and they expect to sell out by Thursday afternoon. Pie sale co-chair Tara Krintz said this event is a total team effort.
"I was so thrilled by all the turnout of everybody to help. All the alumni, all of the community people and families. Even grandparents came to help. It was a great turnout. We are really excited," said Krintz.
Pies are $12 and proceeds help keep tuition low at Lafayette Christian Schools.
We are tracking the possibility of floods this weekend with melting snow and chances of rain.
Lafayette police are asking for the public's help to find a man wanted for domestic battery, criminal confinement, and theft.
Interstate 65 through the Lafayette area will eventually expand to three lanes in both directions. It will cost about $69 million to expand the highway, from State Road 38 to State Road 25.