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Cecille Dunbar and Martha Vaughn enjoy the first community supper of the year. Photo by Andrea Singer

Great turnout for Indian Valley Community Supper 

By Andrea Singer

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Residents of Indian Valley welcomed the coming of spring March 20 by breaking bread with one another and enjoying each other’s company at the community supper in Taylorsville. After a long, hard winter, and two previously canceled dinners, the Historic Taylorsville Hall was once again filled with laughter, smiles and the aroma of delicious food cooked and donated by the Indian Valley Riding and Roping Club. Community suppers provide more than food, they provide an opportunity to network and connect with fellow residents, giving one a sense of belonging in the tightknit community. The camaraderie in Indian Valley is a trait that makes the area so special. If you haven’t been yet, mark your calendars for next month! The community dinners are held the third Monday of every month, from 4:30-6:30 p.m.

Members of the Indian Valley Riding and Roping Club dish up dinner for their neighbors. Photo by Andrea Singer

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