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Shrove Tuesday

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The Maryhill Knights of Columbus held their annual pancake supper on Shrove Tuesday, March 6th.  This was held at the Maryhill Heritage Park Community Centre from 4:30 – 6:30 p.m.

Although a very cold and windy day the sun was shining and many people took advantage to let someone else do the cooking.  The meal consisted of all you could eat pancakes, sausages, coffee, tea, and juice.  This was a free will offering.

Gale Braun helping dish out the food with sisters Vera Katoba, Mary Campagnaro and Helen Synnott enjoying themselves

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