By Terry Kovarik
Sturgeon Bay United Methodist Church is wasting no time in getting ready for its 39th Community Thanksgiving feast. Church and community volunteers will start roasting the turkeys Tuesday, all 14 of them. Organizer Leslie Youngsteadt says she and volunteers thought they’d be preparing slightly less than that.
Wednesday will see volunteers peeling and cooking 150-pounds of potatoes, bringing in pies and quick breads and setting the tables. Youngsteadt says it’s all done to serve hundreds of people in the church and shut-ins who can’t make it.
The Sturgeon Bay United Methodist Church Community Thanksgiving Dinner is open to anyone and everyone in the area. Reservations are needed and are being accepted via telephone until the close of business on Monday.