As St. Aloysius Church hosts their annual breakfast on Sunday, those attending will have an opportunity to do a bit of shopping with Grandpa’s Toys returning to the event.

There will also be a bake sale, quilt raffle and a silent auction. The breakfast is from 7:30 - 11:30 Sunday morning. The menu includes homemade sausage, French toast, eggs, homemade rolls, fruit, juice and coffee.

Grandpa’s Toys offers wood toys at the breakfast as an annual event for Marius and Mary Baumert. Mary also bakes and makes some fabric items she takes to the event.

Marius has been making wood crafts for about 25 years. His motivation is the church. As member of St. Aloysius Church, located on Highway 32 West, Marius realizes it isn’t easy for the rural churches financially.

Donating his wood toys and decor is a way to help and to also make others thinking about using their talents to help the church.

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