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Hawaiian themed fundraiser a hit

Principal of Full Gospel Christian Academy, Linda Robillard, holding her granddaughter Emily Robillard, Keith McEwan with daughter Emma, Tamara Hoover and winner of best costume Louis Melanson.

Photos and story by Lindsey Enns

Families and friends gathered at the Dryden Full Gospel Church last Saturday evening for a Hawaiian themed coffee house fundraiser for the Full Gospel Christian Academy. Equipped with a tiki bar serving soft drinks and a wide range of treats, those two attended took in an evening full of entertainment including several singing performances. Prizes were handed out for best Hawaiian attire (pictured above) and there was also a limbo contest. Admission was free but an offering was taken on behalf of the school. The church was decked out with all sorts of Hawaiian decor including sea shells and a large screen projecting images of Hawaii. But the most memorable part of the evening was when students from Full Gospel Christian Academy helped principal Linda Robillard really get into the theme by helping her dress up.

Principal of Full Gospel Christian Academy, Linda Robillard, gets a little help from her students getting into the Hawaiian theme Saturday night.

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