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Sunday, May 31, 2020
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Maryhill Right to Life Walkathon

What a beautiful day for the 13th  annual Right to Life Walkathon  in Maryhill.  The group started off walking down St. Charles St. E to the corner and then back to  the Maryhill Heritage Park to finish the walk . It is so nice to have a lovely park to walk in  and enjoy and  was  close for everyone who took part.

The walkers represented the Maryhill Knights of Columbus, Holy Name Society and the St. Boniface Catholic Women’s League.  Members from the Knights of Columbus and Holy Name Society were Grand Knight Tim, Vegh, Gerry Goetz, Holy Name Society president Dan Stemmler.  Catholic Women’s League members walking were president Fran Vegh, Joanne Nederend, Maria O’Drowsky, Marg Drexler and Diane Strickler.

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