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Backus Lions to host fall craft and bake sale

Event is Nov. 5 at Backus City Hall

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BACKUS — The Backus Lions Club will host its annual Fall Craft and Bake Sale from 8 a.m. to noon Saturday, Nov. 5, at Backus City Hall.

There will be apple cider, cranberry bread and butter sauce with a cup of coffee. Participants are invited to sit and visit with friends or shop for gifts and decorations.

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There will be handmade items and gently used items as well as baked goods for sale.

All funds support Backus community events and services hosted by the Backus Lions, including scholarships, local food shelves, fire and first responders, and donations to local charities and projects helping Backus residents.

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