The St. Margaret’s Annual Fall Supper took place Nov. 5 at the Peter Lougheed Community Centre, and saw over 350 people in attendance.
People enjoyed some delicious food, including turkey, ham and all the fixings. Dessert was homemade apple pie.
“That was a really good meal,” said Mayor Rick Pankiw, who was in attendance.
“It’s a good thing for the community to get together. Anytime we have a supper or something like that it’s nice to see the community show up.”
Although there isn’t a final count yet, money raised from the supper will go back to the church for various things like maintenance, upkeep, etc.
The fall supper came about many years ago, stemming from a break-in, where the organ was thrown over from the choir loft, candles were broken against the wall.
People then approached the church asking to help out with the damages, so the fall supper was put on for that purpose.