A pork and sauerkraut dinner will be held Saturday at the Parkhead Fellowship Hall, behind Parkhead United Methodist Church on National Pike in Big Pool. The dinner will be held from 4 p.m. until sold out.
The menu will include pork and sauerkraut, mashed potatoes, stuffing, gravy, green beans, applesauce, desserts and drinks. Tickets cost $8 for adults and $4 for those 10 and younger. Proceeds benefit the Parkhead Women for Worship. Tickets are available at the door or in advance by calling 301-842-3202.
Angel Food Ministries
Rehoboth United Methodist Church, at 30 E Salisbury St. in Williamsport, is a host site for Angel Food Ministries. Angel Food sells food boxes filled with meat, vegetables and eggs for $30. The box can feed a family of four for approximately one week.
Families can also order special boxes with steak and other meats for an additional price. Angel Food Ministries offers a seniors/convenience box with 10 nutritional meals and a new offering of an allergen-free box.
There are no qualifications, minimums, income restrictions, or applications. Anyone can take advantage of the savings offer every month.
If interested, orders will be taken Thursday from 6 to 8 p.m and Saturday from noon to 2 p.m. in Rehoboth's Fellowship Hall - entrance from Salisbury Street. Payment is made at the time of ordering in the form of cash and money orders. They now accept food stamps also.
Did you know?
Did you know that during Christmas in Clear Spring the Trumpower sisters, Parcenia and Carolyn, gave a tour of their beautiful historic home in Clear Spring built around 1826, to about 200 guests.
The sisters call themselves the "Baldwin Sisters" - Miss Mamie and Miss Amy - from the Waltons TV series.
Jeffery Everitts greeted everyone at the door, along with Santa, Mr. Weaver and Santa's helper, Shawn Hilker. Friends browsed the parlor, living room, and the kitchen, where they found Denver Trumpower and Ida Trumpower Alton by the "ole" fireplace. The winding stairway to the upstairs was very exciting, as Denver had to rescue a few ladies, who were stuck in the stairway. The Trumpowers hope that everyone enjoyed the tour and would like to thank the Clear Spring Garden Club and all those who helped make Christmas in Clear Spring spectacular.
P.S. At the end of the evening, Santa came in for cookies and milk and then up the chimney he rose. They heard him exclaim as he rose out of sight, "Merry Christmas to all and to all a good night."