Roser Thanksgiving community dinner a belt-bursting success
It was many weeks in the making, all the peeling and prepping and baking, but dinner for friends and parishioners at Roser Memorial Community Church was easy as pie. The guests flooded in to find tables set with punch glasses and gravy ready to pour from pitchers. The buffet lines served some 200-plus people turkey and all the trimmings with seemingly professional polish, and the desserts awaited on a long and tempting table for the finishing touch to a fine meal and — even better —good fellowship.
Roser volunteers were kept busy by a crowd of 200-plus anxious diners.