The Annual Homemade Sausage – Sauerkraut Supper sponsored by Our Savior Lutheran Church with be held as usual, from 4 to 7:30 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 14. However, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the event will be “take-out only – drive thru.”
Adult meals will be served for a $10 donation each. Meals will include sausage, sauerkraut, mashed potatoes, gravy, baked beans, applesauce and homemade pie. Exact change is preferred when ordering multiple orders. If paying by check, it should be made out before arrival in order to expedite the flow of traffic; checks can be made payable to Our Savior Lutheran Church Ladies Aid (OSLC Ladies Aid).
Organizers will be using both the east and west parking lots as drive-through areas to service guests faster. Traffic will flow into the parking lot from Clendening Road, pay and order suppers at the pay booth and proceed to the double doors of Joshua Hall to pick up suppers and then exit back onto Clendening Road. Traffic attendants will be assisting with traffic flow.
Typically, the event serves 1,400-1,500 meals each year. This supper started in 1941 at St. Paul’s Lutheran Church and has continued annually ever since. This marks the church’s 80th Sausage – Sauerkraut Supper. Initially, the meat came from the butchering of a one young pig and has grown to the purchasing of 1,200 pounds of pork. The sausage consists of pork, natural casings and seasonings of sage, sea salt, black pepper and commercial pork sausage seasoning. The rest of the supper items – sauerkraut, potatoes, gravy, beans, applesauce and pies – are homemade.
Our Savior Lutheran Church wishes to thank the Gladwin County residents and visitors to the community for their many years of patronage and hopes you all enjoy your meals once again this year.
– Processed by Victoria Ritter, firstname.lastname@example.org