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Friday, November 29, 2013

Historic Lincoln speech sets tone for Thanksgiving feast in Cape Vincent

CAPE VINCENT — Thanksgiving Day speeches, scripted or spur of the moment, often set the tone at gatherings before food fills stomachs.
The Rev. Pierre Aubin delivered one Thursday at St. Vincent de Paul Catholic Church that hearkened back to when the national holiday was proclaimed on Oct. 3, 1863.
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4 comments:

Anonymous said...

Great to see positive news about the Cape on the front page. This annual dinner is unbelievably good. So many able to work together ..respectfully ..to the common good of our community. Hurray for all the volunteers and hurray for all those in attendance. And a huge hurray for Cape Vincent.

Anonymous said...

I was very pleased to see that the red sign that has been across the street from the church all summer was gone and it did not spoil the spirit of the occasion.

Anonymous said...

8:36…That red sign and the one on my street in front of the librarian's house were the two most significant messages to the community and how they feel about what they now have labeled "outsiders".

But, let's get back to the subject and thank all those who still persist with the positive and have kept their chin up despite what the pro wind are trying to do to us.

Anonymous said...

You always fine a way to tie wind to anything positive happening in the Cape. Get over this bullshit.