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  • Writer's pictureLorna Hamilton

Clandonald’s Annual Fall Supper Attracts Hundreds

Some of the attendees at the Clandonald Fall Supper. Photo submitted

The aroma of roasted turkey and all the seasonal trimmings wafted through the air as the Clandonald Hall Committee played host to their much-anticipated Clandonald Fall Supper on the evening of October 22. This community event drew in a remarkable turnout of over 300 eager and hungry attendees, all coming together to savor the delightful flavours and contribute to a meaningful cause.

The event, held at the Clandonald Community Hall, showcased the culinary expertise of local volunteers who served up a delectable turkey supper that left attendees with full bellies, and created memories for all who partook.

More than just a delightful gastronomic affair, the Clandonald Fall Supper also carried a deeper purpose. The funds raised from this event will be channeled toward a critical renovation project - the much-needed bathroom renovations at the Clandonald Community Hall.

The success of the Clandonald Fall Supper wouldn’t have been possible without the unwavering support and generosity of the community. The Clandonald Hall Committee extends their heartfelt gratitude to the County of Vermilion River for their financial support, which played a pivotal role in making this event a reality.

Additionally, they want to express their sincere thanks to all the individuals who donated food, lent their helping hands in the preparations and cooking, dedicated their time to set up the hall, and generously contributed funds toward the renovation project. It’s this spirit of unity and community engagement that embodies the true essence of Clandonald.

For those who missed the event or wish to further support the bathroom renovation project, you’re in luck! You can still make a difference by dropping off your donations at the Clandonald Country Store. Every contribution, big or small, is greatly appreciated and will contribute to the betterment of the Clandonald Community Hall.

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