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Buy kolaches, help provide clean drinking water

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St. Ludmila's Church in Cedar Rapids is selling kolaches to raise money that will help provide clean drinking water to people in Honduras and Tanzania.

Parishioners are holding their annual kolach bake on April 6 to raise money for the Sisters of St. Francis' Sister Water Project.

In the six years of the sale, $25,000 has been raised.

The Sister Water project has completed wells for more than 50 villages in the two countries. 

Cherry, poppy, apricot, prune, strawberry and apple kolaches are available. You can place an order by calling 319-364-0897 or 319-390-1277.

Cost is $4.50 for a half dozen and $9 for a dozen. Orders must be picked up on Saturday, April 6 at St. Ludmila Elementary School. Checks should be made out to St. Ludmila's Church.

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