The Eagle Lake Church and Community Centre celebrated its 85th year this past weekend.

Volunteers hosted a BBQ for the community. They also had 114 homemade pies for sale along with crafts and quilts.

A historical display was set up for trips down memory lane.

Most of the sale proceeds are headed back to the church.

Congregation member Russell Whetstone said, “this anniversary means a lot to me and a lot to all of the members of the church.

The church members are my family and I’m really happy we had this event for the community.”

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