LA CROSSE, Wis. (WXOW) - La Crosse Mayor Matt Harter got pied in the face Monday for a good cause.
All donors placed their name in a bin, hopping they were the ones chosen for the pie-throw.
The Mayor was among those taking part in the Remembering Jesse Parker charity at Western Technical College.
Parker was killed in a car crash back in 2009.
Parker's goal was to provide clean water to countries in need.
Monday's proceeds will be divided among three funds: water, education and a community fund.
Organizers also sold stained glass pieces and water bottles for the charity.
They raised more than $400.
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