Church: Humbird - St.
Joseph-Fairview (Lasagna - 2020)
Contact: Dolores (Mohr) Kenyon
Surnames: Connelly, Elfering, Theiler, Janke, Scheffer, Strandberg, Forsting, Baugher
----Source: Clark County Press (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI) 11/05/2020
St. Joseph-Fairview Catholic – Fairview (Lasagna Dinners - October 2020)
The Only Thing Missing were Drippy Candles
By Lori Johnson
The lasagna was ready to go in the oven. Before long, over 200 meals were served to those driving through the line to pick up their-to-go orders at St. Joseph Catholic Church-Fairview’s lasagna dinner. Contributed photos
But everything else you could think of was waiting at the St. Joseph Catholic Church – Fairview for a great lasagna dinner to go. This drive-thru event featured a hearty serving of lasagna, a green salad, Italian bread, dessert and drink. Friendly people, masked and socially distance, took the orders and within minutes, came out with a handled brown bag full of food. Those stopping by were soon headed toward home with the aroma of Italian cooking made them making them drool. After enjoying the meal, there was an extra surprise of an after-dinner mint for a sweet ending.
It takes a crew to host a drive-thru event, especially one serving up lasagna, complete with a side salad. Pictured below are Peg Connelly, Jan Elfering, Mickie Theiler, Jolene Janke and Joan Scheffer.
Jeanine Strandberg, JoAnne Forsting and Marci Baugher helped take orders and keep the traffic moving smoothly during St. Joseph Catholic Church – Fairview’s drive-thru lasagna dinner.
Over 200 meals were served at the event, which was sponsored by the St. Joseph Catholic Church – Fairview and PCCW with limited matching funds from Catholic Financial Life Insurance – Alma Center Branch. Proceeds will be used towards the church’s remodeling project.
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