Mary's/Holy Cross Parish Dinner is Sunday
Treat the entire family to a hearty dinner at the Keuterville Hall with the St. Mary’s/Holy Cross Dinner and Raffle. The date for this annual dinner is this Sunday, February 13th. The meal will be served from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Roast beef, ham, and real mashed potatoes and gravy top the menu while green beans, tossed salad, fruit, and mouthwatering homemade rolls and desserts round out the meal.
Prices are set at $7 for adults, $3 for grades 1-6, and kindergarten and younger eat free.
If you can’t get to Keuterville yourself, don’t forget that you can ask someone to bring the dinner to you! To-go orders are readily accommodated.
Bingo will be underway on the stage all day, and the raffle drawing for 35 prizes begins at 4 o’clock. You need not be present to win.
So come enjoy a short drive, a delicious meal, and some entertainment this Sunday in Keuterville. We’ll be happy to greet you at the door and welcome you in!
Nuttman donates hand-crocheted tablecloth to raffle
Idaho County Free Press
Nuttman donated the handmade item to the annual Holy Cross Parish Dinner and Raffle, set for Sunday, Feb. 13, 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.
"We really appreciate this and know a lot of work and time was spent on this," said raffle organizer Shirley Gehring.
Nuttman, 89, and her husband, Clarence, 92, have lived on their Keuterville farm since their marriage 68 years ago.
"His parents lived here before that," she said. Clarence spent time working at the mill, in the woods and on the farm while the couple also raised a son and a daughter.
Nuttman spent 28 years sharing her skills as a 4-H leader, teaching groups of girls how to sew.
"And she was always one of the most wonderful cooks for our parish dinners," Gehring added.
Holy Cross combined with St. Mary's Catholic Church in Cottonwood and services are not held in the Keuterville parish anymore.
"The church is mostly used for weddings, funerals and some special dinners now," Gehring said.
The money raised from the annual parish dinner and raffle, which has been going on for more than 30 years now, will be used to pay for parish expenses.
The dinner will consist of roast beef and ham, mashed potatoes, and homemade rolls and pies as well as beverages. Cost is $7 per person.
"It's all homemade and we invite everyone to come by and eat a good meal, visit and see who wins the raffle items," Gehring said. The raffle will begin at 4 p.m. For questions call Gehring at 962-3977.
Frances Nuttman with the hand crocheted table cloth she donated to this year’s St. Mary’s/Holy Cross Dinner prize drawing. Photo by Lorie Palmer