TURNER — The annual mud supper, sponsored by the North Turner Presbyterian Church, will be held from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. on Friday, March 25, at the GAR Hall, Route 219. The annual kick-off to the church’s fundraising activities is a popular event and celebrates Maine’s fifth season: mud.

In keeping with the theme, the food sports various colors of brown from golden scalloped potatoes to chocolate in many forms, including pies, brownies and cookies. A wide assortment of food will include beans and hot dogs, ham, lasagna, mac and cheese, homemade desserts and all the sides.

The event will also begin the church’s annual quilt silent auction. Each year a quilt is displayed throughout the supper season from March’s mud supper to October’s harvest supper, at which time the highest bidder gets the handmade creation.

For more information, call 224-7913 or 225-3370. A goodwill donation will be taken at the door. All donations go toward the operating expenses of the church, which has about 40 members.

The North Turner Presbyterian Church holds Sunday services at 9 a.m. and Sunday school classes during the service. Everyone is invited.

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