Lutefisk Mission Dinner
Join us October 17th, 2020 for our 73nd Anniversary
The third Saturday in October marks the annual Lutefisk Dinner prepared and served by members of the congregation to 1,200 avid diners from near and far. Preparations begin in early September with baking of lefse, and end with making 4,600 meatballs, cooking pans of rommegrot and cranberries, and soaking over 1,000 pounds of lutefisk. Proceeds from the dinner are used for mission outreach.
Tickets are available only in advance. You may contact the church office to be placed on the e-mail/mailing list or print out a copy of the reservation form that is posted on this page one month in advance of the dinner.
Menu Includes: Lutefisk, meatballs, potatoes, gravy, green beans, lefse, rolls, cranberries, relishes, rommegrot, Norwegian ‘goodies’, coffee & milk.
Small birdhouse: Carolyn Antonie
Barn wood bluebird house: Ruth Carpenter
Bluebird house: Melissa Hanson
“Life is Good” plaque: Dickensons
Bluebird house: Cindy Everson
Cedar bluebird house: Kathy Wulff
Red cedar bowl: Dennis Pine
Hall tree with longhorn hooks: Luke Herrling
Still life painting: Susan Schaub
Holstein quilt: Ruth Carpenter
The Vermont Quilters wish to express their appreciation for the support the congregation has shown for the raffle fundraiser.
· For the council who procured the license.
· The people who bought the tickets
· The people who supplied the prizes
· Liz, who made up the tickets
· The people who sold the tickets
· The promoters of the event.
$595 was raised. The money will be used for materials and expenses involved in the construction and the shipping of the quilts. THANK YOU!
LUTEFISK MISSION DINNER SUMMARY
A big thank you to everyone who was involved with our 2019 Lutefisk dinner. The preparation starts in August, goes through September and most of October. This year, again, we had dedicated people who participated in most of the preparations. We all appreciate the time and effort of all those that were involved. We also thank the members and friends of Vermont, who show up that day to help with our setup and meal. Our dinner brings generations of families together while providing a meal that we hear is “best in the area.” Thank you!!!!!
This year our Lutefisk dinner sold out! We served over 1000 people, including our valuable workers. We will have a full report at the annual meeting. Our Income with tickets, food sales and donations exceeded $19,000. A very successful dinner. Our expenses were around $9,000. Again, we heard ours is the best in the area!!!! Thank you to all that were involved.