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Learning disabilities fundraiser at farmers’ market

People can help out others with learning disabilities by buying samosas and lemonade at the Guelph Farmers’ Market on July 19.
Laza Catering will be at the farmers’ market selling samosas and lemonana – a type of minty lemonade – to support the Learning Disabilities Association of Wellington County and its work, a news release said.
Learning disabilities are life-long and can affect friendships, school, work, self-esteem and daily life, it said. Those with learning disabilities may be of average or above-average intelligence, but may begin to believe they are stupid or lazy.
The fundraiser will also help to raise awareness about learning disabilities, while supporting the association’s work with clients, newsletter production, workshops, website and telephone service costs.
In addition to the sale, there will also be face painting for children available by donation. Laza Catering will be fundraising at the farmers’ market from 7 a.m. to noon, as well as at its shop at 74 Ontario St. from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m.

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