No Half-Baked Ideas From Local Cakemaker at Rotary

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Published on January 22 2014 6:36 pm
Last Updated on January 22 2014 6:37 pm
Written by Greg Sapp

Holli Sarchet had another job for a while, but her success as a baker has forced to give up the earlier career.

Sarchet now operates Holli's Flour Shop at 706 West Jefferson Avenue in Effingham.  Holli was the program presenter at the Effingham Noon Rotary Club meeting January 22 and created a decorated cake as part of her presentation.

(HOLLI SARCHET'S CAMOU CAKE)

Sarchet created a Camou Cake involving many of the colors you'll see in camouflage.  She said it's not unusual to come up with camou and other unique types of cakes.  She makes cakes from cupcakes to large sheet cakes, as well as cookies, cake pops and brownies for all occasions.

Rosie Gibbons served as Rotary weekly program chairman.  

Lauren Stephenson was the Rotary weekly student guest.  She is the daughter of Terry and Jeanine Stephenson and is a senior at Effingham High School.

(FROM LEFT, ROTARY WEEKLY PROGRAM CHAIRMAN ROSIE GIBBONS, ROTARY GUEST SPEAKER HOLLI SARCHET AND ROTARY WEEKLY STUDENT GUEST LAUREN STEPHENSON OF EFFINGHAM HIGH SCHOOL)