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  • Writer's pictureLorna Hamilton

Knights Of Columbus Pancake Breakfast

The aroma of sizzling sausages, ham, fluffy pancakes, and hash browns filled the air at St. Jerome’s school as the Knights of Columbus hosted a pancake breakfast on the morning of October 29.

The Knights of Columbus, a renowned community organization, spared no effort in creating a delightful dining experience for attendees. From 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., residents of the local community gathered in the school’s lunchroom area to savour a hearty breakfast prepared by the dedicated members of the Knights of Columbus.

The breakfast menu was a culinary delight, featuring perfectly prepared pancakes, sausages, ham, scrambled eggs, and hash browns. For those with a sweet tooth, there were strawberries and whipped cream to adorn their pancakes or enjoy as a delectable dessert.

Mark your calendars, because this breakfast is no one-time affair. The Knights of Columbus have committed to hosting this feast on the last Sunday of every month, running through until the end of April. However, it’s worth noting that December will be an exception due to the holiday season.

Beyond the delectable food and happy atmosphere, the event served a purpose greater than gastronomy. This month’s breakfast proceeds were earmarked to benefit the Vermilion Catholic Women’s League, with each remaining month benefiting a different organization.

The Holy Name Catholic Women’s League would also like to thank everyone who contributed their time and talents to this year’s raffle. Raffle Prize Winners were: 1st Bigalow Quilt (Helen Legare), 2nd Nature Canvas Painting (Kay Warawa), 3rd Denim Quilt (Corrine Penz), 4th Apple Mini Ipad (Tina Bourgeault), and 5th Afgan (Janice Cusack).

The Knights of Columbus pancake breakfast at St. Jerome’s school exemplifies the spirit of community bonding and charity. It is a cherished event on the local calendar, offering residents not only a delicious meal but also an opportunity to come together and make a difference to an organization in the community.


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