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Food and Fun

October 18, 2012

Turkey Dinner

FREMONT — The Peoples United Methodist Church (PUMC) in Fremont, is hosting an Autumn Harvest Turkey Dinner on Sat., October 27. These church suppers are known for their great food, hospitality, and generous portions! Many folks from the surrounding communities fill the dining room at two sittings and enjoy the social warmth and family style abundance of a homemade harvest turkey dinner. Prices are $10.00 for adults, $5.00 for children twelve and up, and a flat rate of $25.00 for a family. All donations and proceeds will go towards supporting Peoples UMC’s on-going Mission Projects.

The PUMC has served the Fremont area for over 75 years. The church offers a community of faith that is rooted in the teachings of Jesus Christ. Along with Worship services on Sunday mornings at 10:30 a.m., they offer adult and children’s Sunday School, bible studies, adult choir, Youth Group, and many other opportunities.

This dinner is an outreach to the community; an invitation into a church family. Ten complimentary tickets are given to the Fremont Food Pantry in order to include as many folks as possible. Peoples UMC is located on the corner of Beede Hill Road and Route 107 in Fremont. For more information please call 895-9879.

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