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Middle Inlet Plans Pot Luck Reunion May 22
Mary Lou Jacomet, who has been organizing the annual Middle Inlet Community Pot Luck for over 30 years, reminds everyone with past, present or future ties to the town to mark their calendars for Thursday, May 22. As usual, doors to Middle Inlet Town Hall will open at 11 a.m. for the get-together on the traditional Thursday before Memorial Day. Dinner will be served at noon.
Admission is free, but free will donations are appreciated. Beverages, main dish meats and tableware are provided. Bring a dish to share. If you dont feel like cooking, bring chips, pickles, whatever.
Jacomet says the event, which started as the Old Timers Reunion, has expanded into a great way for everyone connected with the town to get acquainted with each other and with the towns history.
Anyone with old time Middle Inlet memorabilia or photos is asked to bring it along to be displayed at the gathering.
Long time residents are encouraged to share stories about Middle Inlets early days with those who are new to the town. Photos boards compiled over the years will be on display. There will be time to make new friends, swap old recollections, talk about what Middle Inlet was like in years past and what it could be like in the future.
The event is usually over by about 2 p.m.
More information may be obtained from Carol Jarosz at 715-854-2278.
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