Fifteen years of Presbyterian Church dinners

Tuesday, October 28, 2014

The Holiday Island Presbyterian Church held their 15th annual dinner for mission on Sept. 22. More than 300 people were served this popular spaghetti meal, and all profits have always been donated to local charities. This year's recipients are People Helping People and Jeremiah House, which each received $1,650. From left are Vickie Polson, director of Jeremiah House; Roxanne Royster, food co-chairperson; Nancy Werbitzky, church mission elder; and Sue Hopkins, People Helping People chairperson.

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  • it is fabulous when people help others, many whom they will never meet or know. I wonder! Spaghetti is not good for diabetes and pork is not good for those with nerve issues, if more money couldn't be made with other foods. Maybe a soup and salad dinner benefit. That would even benefit those who must watch they're diet and vegan/vegetarians. Just a thought! Keep up the good work, and thank you!

    -- Posted by Concerned Person on Wed, Oct 29, 2014, at 8:34 AM
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