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Cleveland Lions brunswick stew

The Cleveland Lions Club Brunswick Stew is Saturday, Nov. 1, 11 a.m.-3 p.m. (or until sold out) at the Cleveland Lions Den on Cemetery Street. The fundraiser, a tradition of more than 40 years, helps the hearing and visually impaired in the area, state and around the world. 

The stew’s contents — chicken, beef, pork, potatoes, onions, crushed tomatoes and other vegetables — are slow cooked into a hearty stew that warms the body. Dining in is $7; and takeout is $7 per quart, $13 per half gallon, and $25 per gallon.

Signs will point the way in from Highway 70 at the fire department. For more information, contact John Brown, 704-278-9206.

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