Annual "Fish Boil"

2017 Fish Boil

Another great afternoon of good eatin', great fellowship and beneficial support was given to the work of the Orphan Grain Train and annually held again today, Sunday, July 9, 2017. The festivities began at around 11:30 a.m. and continued until about 1:00 p.m. at the Kramer Community Hall just down the road from St. John. We saw many friendly faces and hungry appetites in support of this worthy organization.

A Free will offering for the Orphan Grain Train was the only price of admission. All of the proceeds going toward the functions of the Orphan Grain Train are designated as 10% for general operating expenses & 90% toward actual goods, services and shipping.

OGT donations accepted are good clean clothing, non-breakable kitchen accessories, handicap items, bikes, quilts, school supplies, health items, diapers from T-shirts, plastic mats, pillowcase dresses, bedding and linens.

Thank you Board of Elders and the Ladies Aid group at St. John for all their hard work and dedicated service to this cause. See you next year!


2016 Fish Boil

This year's Fish Boil again supports the fine work of the Orphan Grain Train. A good amount of fellowship with a heaped helping of delicious food was held on Sunday, July 10, 2016 around the mid-day eating hour and concluded at roughly 1:00 p.m. The fish dinners were served in the Kramer Community Center just down the road from St. John Lutheran Church.

The continued success of this annual event sustained its momentum in 2016 by conjoining 31 Volunteers, placing 140 volunteer hours in preparation, service and cleanup time. The 1 1/2 hours in which the event took place raised $1,077 with an additional $250 from Thrivent. Used clothing was also collected during the event. In total, 76 individuals were served.

 


2015 Fish Boil

The fellowship at St. John Lutheran Church held the annual "Fish Boil" at Kramer Hall on Sunday, July 12, 2015. Serving began at 11:30 a.m. and was enjoyed until about 1:00 p.m. The event was sponsored by the St. John and spearheaded by the congregational elders.

All proceeds were collected from a free-will offering dedicated to, "Orphan Grain Train". Funds raised are used for general operations, shipping & supplies, maintenance, utilities and insurance for OGT.

If you missed this years feast, please join us at our fish feed next year. Not only can you enjoy a tasty meal, but you will have an opportunity to share in the ministry of giving and caring for many of God's children who are in great need.