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St. Paul’s to serve monthly dinners to benefit non-profit organizations
Tyler County Booster - January 2009
St. Paul’s Episcopal Church is embarking on a program of serving monthly dinners, open to the community, with the concept of benefiting various non-profit groups in the County. For example, on January 22, the first of these dinners will be held at St. Paul’s Parish Hall, serving from 5 to 7 PM. Price of the meal will be $8, and it will include roast chicken, dressing, potatoes and vegetable and dessert. Carry outs will also be available by calling the church office at 283-3710. The quality of the food prepared by our own Joe Robinson has been praised by some local dignitaries, as follows: after eating the New Years Eve dinner, Judge Judith Haney said “it was like being in a Five Star Restaurant. It tasted as if cooked by a chef on the Food Network.” Woodville Mayor Ben Bythewood said, “in my experience, we have had no one in our community with greater culinary talent than Joe Robinson. He’s a fantastic chef.” If any readers of the Booster would like to have their charity or non-profit group benefit by receiving proceeds of one of the St. Paul’s future dinners, please call the church office. The amount of funds raised will vary according to the type of meal being served and attendance. This program is a project of the Brotherhood of St. Paul, the men’s group at the church.