PRINCE ALBERT - On September 27, St. Mark Parish in Prince Albert hosted over five hundred guests during their annual fall supper. Cabbage rolls, meatballs, turkey, stuffing, coleslaw, turnips, carrots, potatoes, gravy and pies filled serving tables.
Supper coordinators, Lorraine Tremblay and Marlene Park, helped the twenty four volunteers with preparations on Friday, Saturday and Sunday morning.
Newly appointed pastor, Fr. Jim Kaptein, walked around the hall, socializing with visitors, making balloon animals for families.
Tremblay explained members of the parish donated almost all food items and pies. She was happy to report that guests gave feedback from the meal saying they felt relaxed and enjoyed meeting and visiting friends.