On Wednesday, Oct. 25, dozens of people from all over south central Alberta crowded into Morrin Community Hall for the Village's annual Fall Supper.
The Morrin Community Association hosted the dinner which welcomed people from Morrin, Three Hills, Drumheller and beyond. Deputy Mayor M'Liss Edwards said the event was a success.
"We had a fabulous harvest supper put on by the Hall Board and it was packed. I haven't seen the final [numbers], but we went early and it was packed already and it just kept coming. We left an hour later and they were still coming in the doors."
The Fall Supper featured a variety of foods prepared and served by the community.
"It was the end of harvest so [we had]: turkey, peas and carrots, mashed potatoes, stuffing, salads and pies," explained Edwards. "Residents had made a lot of the food and the 4H kids were doing the serving and the clean-up and they did a fantastic job."
The food and service was donated, making this an ideal fundraiser for the Association. Edwards did not have exact figures on how much money was raised on Wednesday evening.
"If there's any money left over, it goes to the Community Association that runs the hall."