The announcement says in part:
Peggy Carberry has been selected as a finalist for the 2011 Governor's Service Awards in the Volunteer of the Year category.... She is committed to the local community through the work which she and her sisters, known as "The Cooking Carberrys," conduct throughout the year during their free time.
Peggy has been instrumental in raising literally tens of thousands of dollars for the community, primarily through baking in their bread oven at Munising's Bay Shore Park. ...
Peggy, along with her sisters, volunteers her time every Tuesday for approximately 7-8 hours, baking in the community bread oven at the Farmer's Market at Bay Shore Park in Munising from May to October. It is estimated they serve 300 people and raise at least $850 every Tuesday. Also, Peggy adds that they man the community oven almost every weekend during the summer months and those donations also go directly to various special events. Their sign says, "The Cooking Carberrys are helping the community One Pizza at a Time."I have collected links to other mentions to the Munising oven, but this post gave some of the best details about their oven and its benefits to the community.
11/01/11: By chance, I happened to find an online album that has a good picture of the oven.