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Sweet Treat Seller and Community Champion

Here at The Trinity Group at HER Realtors, we love supporting and bringing attention to other small businesses. It’s especially sweet when it’s a family-owned and operated local business like Mrs. Goodman’s Baking Co. that actively supports our community. Add pies, cupcakes, and cookies to the mix and we’re all in!

Old-Fashioned Taste, New-Fangled Look

Many of us are familiar with Mrs. Goodman’s. They’ve been a Worthington go-to for special occasion cakes and everyday treats for decades. But did you know that they are under new management? The Tackett family purchased Mrs. Goodman’s just over a year ago and they’ve been working hard to bring a “new-fangled look” to the Worthington stand-by. But don’t worry – the old fashioned taste is still there, with many of the same classic recipes that you’ve always loved!

Community Partner

Matthew Long recently worked with Mrs. Goodman’s on a fundraiser for the Worthington Estates Elementary PTA. He was “really impressed with the entire staff! They stepped in and saved the day!” In working with Mrs. Goodman’s for the fundraiser, Matthew learned that they are a true community champion, not only working with local schools and organizations for fundraisers, but also regularly donating to local food pantries. He also learned that he can’t turn down a slice of Mrs. Goodman’s pie!

Visit Mrs. Goodman’s

So, whether you’re looking for a partner for your next fundraiser, a special occasion cake, or you just have a sweet tooth – stop by Mrs. Goodman’s and tell them The Trinity Group sent you! Looking for a unique hostess gift? Mrs. Goodman’s is selling bouquets of fresh flowers on Saturdays, while supplies last. Pair some lovely fresh flowers with delicious baked goods for an unforgettable gift!

Mrs. Goodman’s Baking Co is located at 901 High Street in Worthington. They’re open Tuesday – Friday from 9am – 6pm and Saturday from 9am – 5pm. They’re closed Sunday & Monday. For more information, find Mrs. Goodman’s on Facebook or at