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Drive-thru supper to aid Mapleton Daze

This Saturday, Oct. 17, the Mapleton Daze Committee is Mapleton, Chapman and Castle Hill want everyone to consider letting them do the cooking and the dishes. By accepting their offer, you will be helping raise funds for Mapleton Daze Events for June 2021.  

This event will be drive-thru — you do not even have to get out of your cars.  The time of the event will be 4:30 to 7 p.m.  The location of the dinner is the Mapleton Lions Club on Main Street in Mapleton.

The 2019 Mapleton Daze success was the result of active volunteers who came out to work, rain or shine. Volunteers from the five churches prepare and serve free breakfast sandwiches in the pouring rain. To bolster Mapleton Daze for 2021, the committee will host a benefit drive-thru dinner Oct. 17.
(Courtesy of Terry Sandusky)

The meal will consist of a to-go container of homemade chicken stew or homemade baked beans.  There will be a homemade roll, a desert (either homemade gingerbread with whipped cream or a homemade brownie) and a bottle of water.  The suggested donation is $8 for the meal combo.  

Deliveries to homebound residents will be available by calling Lynnelle Foster at 227-5896, Sarah Huoppi at 227-4436 or Laurie Boucher at 551-7684.

The Mapleton Daze committee suggests you invite all of your friends and family to come out and have a great meal and help raise funds for Mapleton Daze 2021.  

Terry Sandusky is the Star-Herald correspondent for Mapleton, Chapman and Castle Hill and can be reached at 764-4916 or at

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