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Sunday, March 3, 2024
Grace Church market sells out
Organizer Pauline Miller sells a beautiful basket to Donna Seymour, one of the first buyers in the door. Behind them Heinz Probst prepares to sell packages of home-made frozen tourtieres and squash soup. JOHN SAYERS.

John Sayers
Special to The Lake Report

The folks at Grace United Church always try to make their Christmas Market as traditional, as warm, and as affordable as possible.

When you can get a brace of tourtieres for only $12 and quality gift baskets for just a little more than that, you know that you have come to a church sale that’s an inflation-fighting heaven. 

Doors officially opened at 9 a.m. last Saturday and everything, including Grace’s famous jams, jellies and sauces, sold out quickly.

The efforts of all the hard-working volunteers paid off handsomely as the sale raised in excess of $10,000.

There were also the jams, jellies and sauces for which Grace is famous throughout the community. And no country Christmas Market would be complete without a dollop of knitting and a smidge of crafts.

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