Townspeople are hosting an “old school” community supper at Spring Hill Restaurant to raise funds to supply local families with heating oil and “Keep South Berwick Warm” this winter. Just like days gone by, there’s no set donation or entry fee — there will be a bucket by the door where people can give whatever they can to help their neighbors get thru this difficult time.
To that end, restaurants in South Berwick and York are pitching in and providing soups and breads for the event. Among them are: Nature’s Way Market, Pepperland, Forgarty’s, The Catered Event, Redbarn at the Outlook Farm, The Brixham General Store, Spring Hill Restaurant, Muddy River Smokehouse, When Pigs Fly Bread. The South Berwick Senior Center, and the Red Hat Hotties are hosting a bake sale. Local merchants The Little Hat Company, The Kittery Trading Post, Salmon Falls Gardens, Sobo Book and Bean, Vacuum Village, So Berwick Yoga and Childlight Yoga are providing prizes for raffles to be held during the event. Jeff Lind and Carl Pehrsson will play acoustic jazz music.
Keep South Berwick Warm Community Supper – Wednesday, October 29, 2008 5-7
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