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Sausage In Scotland On A Sunday

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More than 1,200 people turned out on Sunday for some great sausage in Scotland, Texas. It was the Scotland Knights of Columbus Sausage Meal. It had been originally scheduled for a week before but snow caused them to move the event. Organizers told Newschannel 6 that there was hardly any sausage left after so many people showed up.
 
"This is the Scotland Knights of Columbus main fundraiser of the year and all the money that we raise at the sausage meal stay right here in the community," said Jerry Smith with the Scotland Knights Of Columbus. " It helps the church keeps the hall open for other activities during the year its an annual event and as you can see we just have a huge crowd come out people just love are sausage and we cant wait to get here."

The attendance this year was three times the population of the town of Scotland.

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