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Sudburians Line Up to Buy Largest Slab of Fudge - 5,050 lbs.

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Tammy Jutila, Marymount teacher along with Marymount students Laura Monaghan, Mikayla Gagnon, Emily Cortezzi, Bailey Zeman and Shannon Thoms, Supply Teacher for the Near North sell pieces of fudge at the New Sudbury Centre.

May 30, 2007 - Tammy Jutila, Marymount teacher along with Marymount students Laura Monaghan, Mikayla Gagnon, Emily Cortezzi, Bailey Zeman and Shannon Thoms, Supply Teacher for the Near North sell pieces of fudge at the New Sudbury Centre. Students and staff at the school were attempting to break the Guiness World Book of Records for the largest slab of fudge-5,050 lbs.


The fudge sold for $10 for 1 lb, $20 for 2 lbs or a 20 lb chunk for $200 which included a “reserved” name plate with the name of the business/organization . Money raised from the “Largest Slab of Fudge” fundraiser will go toward the purchase of a “$25,000 state of the art” therapeutic bath tub for the new Complex Continuing Care Building at St. Joseph’s Villa.*

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