Delicious meal raises funds|Holy Trinity turkey dinner, bake sale set Nov. 20

Published 12:00 am Wednesday, November 12, 2008

A delicious meal featuring roast turkey and cornbread dressing awaits those who attend the annual Holy Trinity Turkey Dinner and Bake Sale Nov. 20. And served with hot gravy, homemade rolls, green beans, cranberry salad,  dessert and iced tea and coffee, the dinner is also available for take-out. Hours for the dinner and bake sale, to be held in the church’s Parish Hall, are from 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.

The Church of the Holy Trinity, Episcopal, 900 South St., is located at South and Monroe streets, and the entrance to the dinner is on Monroe Street.

 Tickets for the dinner are $8 and may be purchased from the church office (601-636-0542); Peterson’s Art and Antiques, 1400 Washington St.(601-636-7210); and from ticket chairman Josephine Peterson or other church members.

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Take-out dinners will be available in the Mary and Martha of Bethany Chapel on the east side of Holy Trinity Church, and group orders will be welcome.

Co-chairmen for the dinner are Mary Ruth Jones and Ginny Jarratt. The bake sale, also to be in the Parish House, will feature pies, cakes, cookies and casseroles. These will be very convenient if you have family coming for Thanksgiving. Melanie Thomas is serving as chairman of the bake sale.

Proceeds from the dinner and bake sale will benefit outreach projects of the Episcopal Church Women.


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