WYOMING, Mich. (WOOD) – It’s a day when many people give in to their greediness and maybe eat one too many donuts.
It is the first Shrove Tuesday of the pandemic. The special day will be handled a little differently this time around at Marge’s Donut Den in Wyoming.
Last year they sold 700 orders of paczkis. This year, the bakery expects to sell 400 orders.
Polish donuts filled with jelly will be the only pastry on display on Tuesday. The owner said if they needed more they would earn more.
Marge Wilson, who has owned the bakery for 46 years, said that although it has been more expensive to do business this year due to all the expenses related to safety equipment, the prices will remain the same at $ 15 per dozen. She always expects her store to be busy and asks customers for a favor.
“All we ask clients is to take care of their own health and to be considerate of others,” Wilson said. “We’re going to be too busy to supervise clients. It depends on them. “
Marge’s Donut Den, located on 28th Street near the Burlingame Avenue SW intersection, is open 4 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Fat…
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