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Grace Lutheran Community Dinner to benefit Human Concerns

OSWEGO, NY – Grace Evangelical Lutheran Church will host a community dinner on May 20 from 5 to 7 p.m.

The dinner will feature roast pork with all the fixings including red cabbage, coleslaw, noodles, applesauce, rolls, and dessert.

Members of Grace Evangelical Lutheran Church meet to discuss the church’s upcoming roast pork community dinner to be held May 20. Proceeds from the freewill dinner will benefit the food pantry at Human Concerns. Clockwise from left are Bobbi Carr, Rachel Workman, Dianne Morrisette, Charline Zanewych, Carol Fox, Kim Grindle and Melody Ness.
Members of Grace Evangelical Lutheran Church meet to discuss the church’s upcoming roast pork community dinner to be held May 20. Proceeds from the freewill dinner will benefit the food pantry at Human Concerns. Clockwise from left are Bobbi Carr, Rachel Workman, Dianne Morrisette, Charline Zanewych, Carol Fox, Kim Grindle and Melody Ness.

The dinner is one of several community outreach events that Grace Lutheran hosts throughout the year.

“We enjoy being an active part of our community and helping others,” said planning committee member John Zanewych. “Our ‘Blessings in a Backpack’ program benefits area children and our community dinner, which is a free will donation, will benefit the food pantry at Human Concerns that provides food subsidy to those in need.”

Located at 201 E. Sixth St., Grace Evangelical Lutheran Church offers services Sundays at 9:30 a.m.

For more information on Grace Lutheran Church or the availability of its halls, visit www.gracelutheranoswegony.com and follow them on Facebook.