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Flipping over flapjacks

Pictured at Immanuel Lutheran Church's pancake supper March 4 are, from left: Lora Andrews; her 6-year-old daughter, Dylan Andrews; Dylan's grandparents, Jo and Joe Fleck, and church member Pete Wulforst.
Pictured at Immanuel Lutheran Church's pancake supper March 4 are, from left: Lora Andrews; her 6-year-old daughter, Dylan Andrews; Dylan's grandparents, Jo and Joe Fleck, and church member Pete Wulforst. (Submitted photo, Carroll County Times)

Immanuel Lutheran Church in Manchester traditionally hosts a pancake supper to usher in the Lenten season. The evening of March 4, the church's social hall filled with hungry folks from the congregation.

The kitchen crew provided pancakes, sausage, fruit salad, doughnuts and drinks.

A freewill offering was accepted.

Boy Scout Troop 320 joined the congregation for dinner. Immanuel Lutheran Church has sponsored this troop for more than 75 years.

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