Here are a few photos from the annual community lunch presented on August 20th by the Chamber of Commerce and Friends of the Sullivan Roadhouse Museum. Photos Courtesy of Tracey Porreca/Birch Leaf Photography
Mere words cannot convey the delightful milieu or do justice describing the efforts and results arranged by Mrs. Dufendach, Mrs. Rodin, Ms. Fett and too many others that my ancient and failing memory refuses to divulge –please forgive the many omissions.
Mrs. McNabb was there with ice-cream and her usual fabulous selection of toppings, of course, and it is a wonder that the GVEA grid was able to handle the load demand of myriad crockpots, each containing delectable recipe magic, and the breads and honey butter – scrumptious!
Over 100 people passed through the doors, including some tourists who were In the right place at the right time!
The annual event is not simply a culinary benchmark, it is a social one as well; each year we joyfully encounter some folks we are delighted to see even if we had just seen them yesterday, and some we have not seen for months!
This is a tradition to anticipate, and an opportunity to thank the gracious volunteers who provide this wonderful luncheon in our community, as well as to reflect upon labor, love and care that is lavished on our community show peace the Sullivan Roadhouse Museum.
Thank you all and forgive my inability to mention each of you by name; you each deserve a personal commendation and a medal!
Article submitted by Ken Farrow