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Saturday morning (when I usually do my church cleaning) there will be a funeral at church.  Then everyone will leave for the cemetery, then return for a lunch.  I'll make certain it's clean
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Re: Funeral dinner at church

posted at 2/13/2011 8:53 AM EST
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Nikki - I knew that even without the funeral and dinner, on Saturday morning there would be several people at church so I loaded all the food into gallon size zip-locks and took it there.  Just like I hoped, several had great places to take food.  It all worked out just fine.

Re: Funeral dinner at church

posted at 2/18/2011 8:27 AM EST
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Casseroles and salads are good bets -   also finger foods such as cookies, brownies, fudge and sandwiches cut in halves or even quarters.
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