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Filed under: prairie musings, Presbyterian Manor — Peg Britton @ 5:11 pm

We’re gearing up for the Soup Supper.  People are selling tickets by the dozens and residents are signing up for various work details that go in to the preparation of the what is known around Salina as the place to be on Soup Supper night.

“October” at Salina Presbyterian Manor means one thing: Soup Supper. Our 34th annual Soup Supper will be held from 4:30 to 7ish p.m. on Oct. 24th.   We hope you too will come to eat in or carry out.

Chicken noodle soup, chili, relishes, pie and cinnamon rolls are on the menu for this event, a tradition as old as the Manor itself. You won’t leave hungry.
This year, the baked goods and craft sale promises to be larger than ever.  If you are able to donate pies for the dinner or baked and canned goods for the sale, please call the Manor for details.  Residents have again crafted a quilt that will be offered as a special donation item. Items will be donated for the silent auction.

Residents, volunteers, artists and donors work together to make this event a success.  It is truly a civic event.

This year, in a slight change of direction, the proceeds will be used to buy a bus that will transport our wheel chair residents.  All other proceeds and donations go the Good Samaritan Fund that  underwrites our mission of providing lifelong care to our residents even should they outlive their financial resources.

We hope to see all of you here.

Thanks for tuning in…

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