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Sugar shack supper satisfies sweet teeth

The Fort Coulonge Knights of Columbus, Daughters of Isabella and Le Patro teamed up for their second annual Sugar Bush Supper on April 14, seeing nearly 200 guests and lots of local talent. Pictured: 9-year-old Amy-Lynn Moffitt performed publicly for the first time at the meal, playing “Hallelujah” and “House of the Rising Sun,” amongst other songs.

Donald Teuma-Castelletti
FORT COULONGE
April 14, 2018
Guests to the Parish Hall in Fort Coulonge were in for a double helping of something sweet on Saturday evening, when the Sugar Bush Supper saw some young entertainers follow up the meal.
At the second annual meal, organized by the local Knights of Columbus, Le Patro and the Daughters of Isabella, nearly 200 diners filled the hall for a hearty dose of a maple-themed meal.
“We didn’t think we’d have that much, but it worked out that way,” said Grand Knight Yvon Guay, of the turnout.
With a meal meant to resemble a sugar shack’s offerings, including pancakes, beans, sausages, and much more, there was only one way to follow that meal. That’s with a healthy helping of sugar pie, of course.

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