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Belgian waffle fundraiser



St. Ignatius Church, Annandale

Enjoy Belgian waffles with toppings galore, sausage, Nicaraguan coffee, and juice from

9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 11, at

St. Ignatius Church, 35 Birch St. E., Annandale.

Proceeds go to help purchase supplies for a mission trip to Mulukuku, Nicaragua Jan. 13-25, 2013.

Adults are $7.50, veterans are half-price, children 6-12 are $4, and children 5 and under are free.

For information, please call (320) 274-3512.

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Belgian waffle fundraiser



St. Ignatius Church, Annandale

Enjoy Belgian waffles with toppings galore, sausage, Nicaraguan coffee, and juice from

9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 11, at

St. Ignatius Church, 35 Birch St. E., Annandale.

Proceeds go to help purchase supplies for a mission trip to Mulukuku, Nicaragua Jan. 13-25, 2013.

Adults are $7.50, veterans are half-price, children 6-12 are $4, and children 5 and under are free.

For information, please call (320) 274-3512.

Read more...

Belgian waffle fundraiser



St. Ignatius Church, Annandale

Enjoy Belgian waffles with toppings galore, sausage, Nicaraguan coffee, and juice from

9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 11, at

St. Ignatius Church, 35 Birch St. E., Annandale.

Proceeds go to help purchase supplies for a mission trip to Mulukuku, Nicaragua Jan. 13-25, 2013.

Adults are $7.50, veterans are half-price, children 6-12 are $4, and children 5 and under are free.

For information, please call (320) 274-3512.

Read more...

Election 2012: perspectives from the cat



By Jill Pertler

It's an election year and I live in a house divided. My problem is the dog. We don't see eye to eye - literally as well as figuratively. Despite my petite and demure feline stature, I'm proud to say I most often look down on him from my imposing and influential perch on the TV stand. The same can be said for politics; I look down on his views from my elevated position on the correct side of right.

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Election 2012: perspectives from the cat



By Jill Pertler

It's an election year and I live in a house divided. My problem is the dog. We don't see eye to eye - literally as well as figuratively. Despite my petite and demure feline stature, I'm proud to say I most often look down on him from my imposing and influential perch on the TV stand. The same can be said for politics; I look down on his views from my elevated position on the correct side of right.

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