East Indian lunch draws over 500 people

Indo-Canadian community of Grand Forks hosted the event which raised over #3,200 for the Rotary Spray Park.

  • Jun. 25, 2015 2:00 p.m.

Patrick Stevenson (left) along with Desmond Nelson and Rebecca Leitch enjoy hanging out after finishing their East Indian lunch on Sunday at the Father’s Day celebration.

It was another successful Father’s Day celebration featuring authentic East Indian food on Sunday at the Saini residence. The event, which was put on by the Indo-Canadian community of Grand Forks, drew over 500 people and raised $3,232 for the Rotary Spray Park. Serving up were (from left): Ravi Menon, Sue Saini, Balbir Saini, Jim Burch of the Grand Forks Rotary Club, Atender Nagra, Balwant Sandhu and Raj Khehra. Craig Lindsay photo  Serving up tasty East India food at the Father’s Day celebration at Saini’s residence on Sunday were Ravi Menon, Sue Saini, Balbir Saini, Jim Burch of the Grand Forks Rotary Club, Atender Nagra, Balwant Sandhu and Raj Khehra.


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