The balloon tree looks welcoming from the parking lot. There is also a Santa balloon by the entrance of the Fellowship Hall.
And a view from the kitchen of our little "Divine Diner" area and some of the vendors in the background. Tom, along with Bob, did a great job as our waiters.
We served plates of Chicken Salad, a frozen fruit salad, a marinated vegetable salad, crackers and a spiced apple slice. No complaints!
I thought everyone who came enjoyed themselves.
Tomorrow we will celebrate Christ the King Sunday. The last Sunday of the Christian year. In the late afternoon there will be a Hanging of the Greens ceremony followed by a pre-thanksgiving dinner with our food pantry patrons and Table of Grace folks as guests. I hate I will miss it. Our youngest daughter, a couple of months ago, decided she wanted to celebrate her birthday (11-11-11) by seeing
the Rockettes at the DPAC. (Durham Performing ArtsCenter).
Hope you have a nice day tomorrow.