Annual fish fry breaks 'sold out' record
by Sandy Lindsay

June 19, 2016


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G. C. Huston Public School in Southampton held its annual fish fry on Wednesday, June 15th.

The event was completely 'sold out' and, for the first time, could not accommodate 'walk-ins' due to the overwhelming response for tickets.
Ross Sedore and son Eric (R), a G. C.Huston alumni, were to enjoy the food

The fish fry has been an annual event for several years and the Saugeen Shores Fire Service volunteered once again to man the deep fryers for fish and fries.

Saugeen Shores Fire Volunteers are always at the ready ...

... Lorne Currie has a young helper, Nash Eagleson, whose dad, Chad, is a volunteer fire fighter

There were 300 tickets sold and the gymnasium was filled to capacity.

"Once again," said Principal Dan Russell, "this community never ceases to amaze with its incredible support."


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All the 'trimmings' were donated

Principal Dan Russell (L) welcomed visitors

Author and renowned 'birding expert', Mike Pickup, was in attendance

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