Cascade Lodge will host a swap meet and Swedish pancake breakfast from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Sept. 16. Photo courtesy of Cascade Lodge Sons of Norway

Cascade Lodge Sons of Norway to help wildfire, hurricane victims

  • Friday, September 15, 2017 11:29am
  • Life

Cascade Lodge will host a swap meet and Swedish pancake breakfast to help raise donations for the victims of recent wildfires and hurricanes, and to raise funds for lodge community activities and outreach programs. The event will be from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Sept. 16 at Mercer Island United Methodist Church.

Cascade Lodge invites the community to join in for a fun day of shopping for a wide variety of items such as crystal, fine china, furniture, books, holiday decorations, kitchen items, clothes, yard tools, pictures, paintings, plants, knickknacks, home decor, toys, tools, craft supplies, collectibles, antiques, yard art, jewelry, silverware, office supplies, bedding and much more in a swap meet and multifamily garage sale, all in one.

Concessions will be available, including delicious Swedish Pancakes with melted butter and jam, syrup and whipped cream, hot dogs, chili dogs, coffee, tea, cold beverages, candy and cookies.

A portion of sales by Cascade Lodge will be donated to help the victims of recent natural disasters. Cash donations will also be accepted to help those affected by the wildfires and the hurricanes.

Contact Leiann Ronnestad at the Cascade Lodge Sons of Norway, Mercer Island at 425-657-8064 for more information, or visit www.CascadeLodge.org.

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