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Fishing in Golden Lake (Bridge to Bridge)
Randy Commanda's Campsite
12 years and up welcome.
Last weigh in: 3 pm sharp
Registration: Fri, Feb. 21, 7 to 9 pm
at the Fire Hall, 1657A Mishomis Inamo
Ice Augur and Door Prizes.
All proceeds go to the fire department
Contact: Chris Sarazin: 613-286-1018
(Prizes must be picked up at Hall by 4:30)
Chili dinner - 1 - 5 pm at Combermere Community(Reminder: Must have valid trail pass and insurance to ride trails)
Toy Story 4!
Donations to St. Francis Memorial Hospital
Snacks and drinks will be sold.
Topic: The Triumph and Downfall of the Canada Jay
Speaker: Dan Strickland, Chief Park naturalist of Algonquin Park
7 pm for a Social Time
Bring your dry footwear.
An annual contest featuring our young people!
Contact: Bill Cunliffe - firstname.lastname@example.org
(bad weather date: Feb. 29)
John Mullin, Rob Hysert, Leslie Hysert and John Foreman
Doors open 6:30 pm
Special Meal - Kirsten's pan-fried bass fillet and hand-cut fries
Pancakes, sausages & baked beans, real maple syrup, blueberry sauce, cookies or cake
Take out available
Come one, come all!
Sausages, home baked beans, local maple syrup
Shrove Tuesday Pancake Supper
Pancakes, sausages, beans, dessert
Doors open at 6:30 pmRegistration forms available at the library
Spectator admission: $5
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