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June 20, 2000
The House that became a Home celebrates its 35th anniversary
  
On Wednesday, June 21, Fudger House Home for the Aged will mark its 35th
anniversary. George Smitherman, MPP, and Councillor Pam McConnell will be among
the many friends and neighbours who will help celebrate this milestone.
Included in the planned activities will be a strawberry social and a walk down
memory lane.

Fudger House is a Toronto Home for the Aged serving 250 residents. Located on
Sherbourne Street in downtown Toronto, its staff and volunteers contribute to
making Fudger House a true home for its residents. As a member of a proud and
exciting community, Fudger is inviting its neighbours to share in this joyous
event.


Date: Wednesday, June 21, 2000

Times: 2:00 p.m. - 3:30 p.m.

Location: Fudger House Home for the Aged
439 Sherbourne Street, Toronto
(Courtyard, weather permitting)


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