Notre Dame Academy savors Crepe Day

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Bon Appetit! Notre Dame Academy celebrated the anniversary of the Union Chretienne de Saint Chaumond, the order of the French nuns who run the school, with a Crepe Day on Oct. 14. The order was established in 1642, 369 years ago, to provide education to youth. The Sisters currently operate schools in France, Spain, Portugal and in Carmel Valley, their only school in the United States. Students from pre-school through eighth grade happily munched on crepes made by parent volunteers — the crepes were loaded up with the students’ choice of chocolate sauce, strawberries and whipped cream. Photos: Karen Billing

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