St. Andrew’s turkey dinner




Lots of turkeys from the Pleasanton H-E-B’s new meat market area will be cooked on the St. Andrew Catholic Church pits for their annual turkey dinner. Inviting all to come out this Sunday starting at 11 a.m. are, left to right, Father Gilberto Vallejo, St. Andrew Catholic Church; Aubrey Smith, H-E-B Unit Director; Deacon Bennie Garcia, St. Andrew Catholic Church, Chad Parker, H-E-B Store Director; Genny Rakowitz, St. Andrew Catholic Church and Nicolas Cordova, H-E-B Market Administrator.

Lots of turkeys from the Pleasanton H-E-B’s new meat market area will be cooked on the St. Andrew Catholic Church pits for their annual turkey dinner. Inviting all to come out this Sunday starting at 11 a.m. are, left to right, Father Gilberto Vallejo, St. Andrew Catholic Church; Aubrey Smith, H-E-B Unit Director; Deacon Bennie Garcia, St. Andrew Catholic Church, Chad Parker, H-E-B Store Director; Genny Rakowitz, St. Andrew Catholic Church and Nicolas Cordova, H-E-B Market Administrator.

What better way to usher out October than to welcome the holiday season with St. Andrew Catholic Church’s annual turkey dinner?

St. Andrew parishioners have been preparing for the annual event, so make plans to join them for a delicious turkey dinner this Sunday, October 26.

The big meal is available to eat at the parish hall or to take home. Church members will be serving up a complete meal, including turkey, dressing, gravy, yams, cranberry sauce, green beans, dinner roll, tea and a piece of pie.

The meal is just $8 per plate.

Serving begins at 11 a.m. Just like in past years, they will be serving meals inside the hall and at the convenient drivethru lane on Market Street.

Raffle tickets

Due to the upcoming renovation and expansion of the Parish Hall, there will not be a silent auction this year. But you can buy a raffle ticket to win various prizes – up to $1,000.

All proceeds will go to the renovation.


 

 

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