To The Daily Sun,
On a snowy Saturday night the community wore its heart on its sleeve and helped raise $3,518 to benefit Suzanne Taggett, who is battling cancer for the third time.
The Wicwas Lake Grange 292 hosted a benefit ham and bean supper, and in spite of the weather, a capacity crowd turned out for a good cause.
The event which included a silent auction and the raffle of numerous gift baskets could not have happened without the willingness of area merchants and others who generously donated goods and services.
The membership of the Wicwas Lake Grange 292 would like to offer a huge thank you to those who donated: Middleton Lumber, Maurice and Helen Gouin, Frank's Firearms, A.J.'s Bait & Tackle, Sunshine & Pa's, Amoskeag Beverage Company, NAPA of Meredith, Norwax Cleaning Products, Center Harbor Diner, Waterfall Cafe, Funspot, Annalee Dolls, Harley-Davidson of Laconia, Tim MacDonald, Jeanie and Jim Lowrey, Steve and Dawn Durand Double 'D' Ranch, Barry and Diane Ladd, Leslie Cyr, Bailey and Adalyn Taggett, Kimball Family & Friends, Dennis and Cookie Boulanger, Meredith Fire Department Auxiliary, Lou's Custom Exhaust of Meredith, Bill and Christine Taggett and Family, Style Works of Plymouth, Hair Excitement of Gilford, Family Affair of Meredith, Taylor's Country Style Restaurant, George's Diner, Louie's Pizza, Tom and Jan Joslin, Liz and Bev Lapham, John and Cheryl Ramsay, as well as all the people who baked beans, made coleslaw, baked cornbread, brown bread, made au gratin potatoes or baked cookies, pies, cakes and other desserts.
Steve Durand, Master
Wicwas Lake Grange 292
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