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Saint Mary's Gets Ready for Easter

by Paul Saulnier
March 30, 2013

Saint Mary's Knights of Columbus were up early Saturday morning to spruce up the area and spread mulch for Easter.

Knight Michael Kerrigan organized the work detail of about a dozen volunteers. The Knights purchased the mulch and donated it to the church, as they have done for so many years.

It has been a tough winter and with Easter coming early in the calendar this year, mulch has to be spread around and in between the snow piles.

Many hands made Al Scaramella's work, above left, much easier. Judging from the size of his wheel barrow, he wasn't planning on straining anything.

The Knights are again running a charity raffle this year to raise funds for the Food Pantry, veterans and other charities. Watch for them on Washington Street and at supermarkets soon. The prizes are great as are the odds of winning with a limited number of tickets being sold.

 

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