Heritage dinner a great success

Dear Editor:
A big thank you to all those who attended our 2nd Annual Harvest Meats Heritage Dinner at St. Gerard’s Hall with guest speaker Kenn Propp, Harvest Meats and Kristin Catherwood, Saskatchewan Heritage.  The 1900 fashion and antique displays, vintage  artifacts, photo collections, formal silver dinner setting, heritage slide show presentation, fresh bread, and silent auction all added to the event.  Thank you to all the business sponsors for their generous support, silent auction donors, Yorkton media and all the volunteers who contributed to the success of this special Heritage Dinner fundraising event for the Brick Mill Heritage project. It was a wonderful event to celebrate Yorkton’s history.
Larry Pearen
Brick Mill Heritage Dinner

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