Big Fund Raiser

Just got off the phone with a friend talking about the Little League Chicken plate sale. I was not sure if I would do it again this year, because there are new officers in charge. The ladies did not know who had run it, in the past they just thought it was the old President. So they called a local caterer and was working with him for $5 a plate then they were going to have to sell them for $10 to make the profit they needed. Fortunately one of the men at the meeting knew that I had been running the meal the last few years. They would only have to purchase the supplies for us. Myself and other volunteers have been cooking for 1200 people. I have cooked the potato salad and beans for years and I have cooked the meat for the last three. The last two years I was in charge of the pits and making sure meat was ready in time and that it was properly cooked. We usually have my pit, which will cook 240 quarters at a time and about 6 others. After hearing that we cook it for free the officers decided not to pursue the caterer and let us do it again. Now they will charge $7 a plate and put more money away for the kids. Now I am not knocking the caterer that is what he does for a living. But free is hard to beat. So April 7th we will cook 1200 leg quarters, 1200 sausage links, 150 pounds of beans and 400 pounds of potato salad. If you’re in the neighborhood of John Lott Park in Lytle April 7th drop by and get a plate. If you have nothing to do with your pit come over and help us cook for a great cause.

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