The last community dinner of the year was held Friday, Oct. 5 at the Activity Center in Guthrie Center with nearly 50 attending.

On the menu was turkey, dressing, mashed potatoes and gravy along with many side dishes, pies, cakes and cookies plus coffee and lemonade.

Country View Estates was host for the day. Janet Oberholtz said grace and everyone then enjoyed a good meal.

Trisha Shreck had a program titled “Be Nice Today,” such as helping someone by buying them a cup of coffee or mowing their lawn for free.

She also told about the first Thanksgiving. People then ate only what they raised, such as turkeys, pumpkins, squash, etc. Many pies were baked on Thanksgiving.

The largest pumpkin pie weighed 2000 pounds. Trisha told what ingredients were used and how much.

Fred Herron and Deb Coffman received gifts.

Olive Dittmars announced she would no longer be the leader of the group and thanked everyone for their help. She also thanked Genesis Development for their

help in cleaning up afterwards.

Olive said she had turned 90 years old and thought it was time to quit, although she would miss the job and seeing all the people.

Taken in was $87.05 with