Supper will help Lacombe child with cancer

Event at Lincoln Hall on April 29

  • Apr. 21, 2017 12:00 p.m.

The annual Lincoln Hall Society pancake supper will help a Lacombe girl who is fighting cancer.

Every year the group puts on a pancake supper where admission is a donation. The funds have gone to help someone in need, often individuals and families. One year the money raised went to the High River flood relief.

Kathy Kamlah said this year the funds will help out nine-year-old Alex Kroetsch who has osteogenic sarcoma, and has lost her right leg above the knee to the cancer.

The event is April 29 from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. The suppers usually draw about 200 people, she said.

Lincoln Hall is located on Hwy 792, about 12 km north of Gull Lake.

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