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Tradition continues

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Despite fire, St. Anthony’s bake sale goes on with assist from St. John the Evangelist

Bake sale volunteer John Capovani, 15, of Amsterdam talks with Sister Dolores Puglis at St. Anthony’s Church’s annual Palm Sunday weekend bake sale on Saturday. This year’s sale is being held at  St. John the Evangelist parish center because of the March fire at St. Anthony’s.
Photographer: Patrick Dodson
Bake sale volunteer John Capovani, 15, of Amsterdam talks with Sister Dolores Puglis at St. Anthony’s Church’s annual Palm Sunday weekend bake sale on Saturday. This year’s sale is being held at St. John the Evangelist parish center because of the March fire at St. Anthony’s.
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The bake sale may have moved, but Mario Facci knew just where to find it. The 57-year-old Charlton resident didn’t hesitate to continue a yearly tradition Saturday of patronizing St. Anthony’s Church’s annual Palm Sunday bake sale, which was moved to the gym of the St. John the Evangelist Parish Center on Union Street after a fire caused serious damage to St. Anthony’s Church last month. “Not at all,” said Facci, who drove in from ...


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