Attendees enjoy Trinity’s ‘Harvest’ meal

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Sequim Gazette staff

The happy hordes of hungry people continued the success of Trinity United Methodist Church’s Harvest Dinner on Oct. 21 for a 120th year.


Two hundred Swiss steak and mashed potatoes meals were prepared for people of all ages who continued the event as personal traditions, including Bill Burnside, who has come for 20 years. He said the meal was terrific. Suzy Wing said the dinner is a social event. “One hundred and twenty years, that’s kind of special,” she said.


Contact Trinity United Methodist Church, 100 Blake Ave., at 683-5367.


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