Everyone welcome to Easter dinner

this is the 10th dinner put on for free on Easter Saturday, March 26, by the Lions Club.

by Wolfgang Schmidt

Time flies by, this is the 10th dinner put on for free on Easter Saturday, March 26, by the Lions club.

As usual, it will consist of turkey, ham, mashed potatoes, vegetables, dessert and coffee.

The dinner is free, but donations are welcome.

Kettle River Lions Club wants the community to get together and enjoy fellowship for Easter.

Because of the fire in and around Rock Creek, the Lions Club had to discuss whether the club could afford it this year. But at the end, it was decided that the dinner was going to happen. People affected by the fire are especially invited.

Turkeys and dessert have been donated.

The dinner will happen at the Rock Creek Fairground at 5 p.m. Since the space is limited, it is recommended to come early.

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