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Good food and fellowship supports Women’s Institute community projects

Good food and great company filled the Athol Recreation Hall for the Cherry Valley Women’s Institute’s annual Ham Supper.

Nearly 100 people filled the hall to enjoy a supper of ham, scalloped potatoes, beans, vegetables, salads and a delectable variety of homemade pies, all prepared by members of the Cherry Valley WI.

Winner of the raffle basket Elaine Marshall, left, with Lynda Westervelt.

A raffle basket, worth well over $250 was won by Elaine Marshall and a $25 gift certificate to Rexall was won by Maureen Finnegan.

“For their great assistance, the Athol Rec Committee was presented with $150 to go toward the restoration of the Alva Stevens Ledger, an 1800s ledger for Athol Twp,” said Wilma DeWolde, public relations rep for the W.I. “All who attended seemed to be having a great community encounter with lots of good food and fellowship.”

She thanked all who attended the annual supper for their support and thanked the Athol Rec Committee for bussing, washing dishes and cleaning up.

Funds raised from the supper go toward local community needs and projects.

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  1. Lynda Westervelt says:

    Thank you to all who attended to make this one of the most successful fundraisers we have had. Thank you to all the ladies who outdid themselves once again. Thank you the Athol Rec Committee – without their help we could not pull this off so successfully. All the money will stay in our local community. Thank you once again!!!!! Lynda Westervelt, Sec. Treasurer for Cherry Valley Women’s Institute

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