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O'burg K of C fundraiser

On Sunday, April 14, the Knights of Columbus in Ogdensburg held a breakfast fundraiser. They raised $756 to support the Ogdensburg Snackpack Program that provides healthy weekend snacks to children in need at Kennedy and Madill schools during the school year. Above are Ladies Auxiliary president Tammy Harradine, grand knight Tom Woods, Snackpack treasurer Martha Payne and Harradine's grandson Adam Langley. Photo submitted by Martha Payne.

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