Presbyterian Church holds 66th annual Ice Cream Supper


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Photos submitted Over 100 people attended First Presbyterian Church’s 66th annual Ice Cream Supper on Wednesday, June 22.


Ice cream and lots of homemade cakes, pies, cookies and other treats were handed out in an all-you-can-eat buffet line inside the church fellowship hall. Seating was available inside and out on 6th Street.


The First Presbyterian Church of Russellville held its 66th annual Ice Cream Supper on Wednesday, June 22 at the church and outside on 6th Street.

Over 100 people were served in all – including a large group from the Logan County/Russellville Concerned Citizens youth camp for underprivileged children.

Members of the community at large were asked to donate $5 each to take part in the desserts. Four kinds of ice cream were available along with a wide variety of homemade cakes, cookies, pies and other treats.

Seating was available both inside the church fellowship hall and outside on 6th Street. The city of Russellville always allows the church to block the street to traffic for the event so that residents can enjoy their ice cream outside on a warm summer evening.

In all, nearly $1,000 was raised. The money will go toward local benevolence in which the church helps those in the community that needs it most.

Photos submitted Over 100 people attended First Presbyterian Church’s 66th annual Ice Cream Supper on Wednesday, June 22.
http://newsdemocratleader.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/06/web1_IceCream1.jpgPhotos submitted Over 100 people attended First Presbyterian Church’s 66th annual Ice Cream Supper on Wednesday, June 22.

Ice cream and lots of homemade cakes, pies, cookies and other treats were handed out in an all-you-can-eat buffet line inside the church fellowship hall. Seating was available inside and out on 6th Street.
http://newsdemocratleader.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/06/web1_IceCream2.jpgIce cream and lots of homemade cakes, pies, cookies and other treats were handed out in an all-you-can-eat buffet line inside the church fellowship hall. Seating was available inside and out on 6th Street.

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