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Catholic Daughters of Perham donates to Bridge Pantry

The Catholic Daughters Court St. Rita recently donated a $400 check to the Bridge Pantry in Perham.

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Regent Dianne Rohde-Szarke, members of Court St. Rita, and Chaplain Deacon Richard Quistorff present John Leikness, executive director of the Bridge Pantry, a check for $400.
Contributed / Dianne Rohde-Szarke

PERHAM — A contribution to the Bridge Pantry was recently donated by the Catholic Daughters Court St. Rita #409, of Perham.

Regent Dianne Rohde-Szarke, members of Court St. Rita, and Chaplain Deacon Richard Quistorff presented John Leikness, executive director of the Bridge Pantry in Perham, a check for $400.

The money was raised by the members of the court to help support the Bridge Pantry’s dedication to the health and wellbeing of the community.

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