Chairpersons: Bill Bippert & Cheri Boucher
Zion Lutheran Church was founded in 1852 and the Annual Ham Dinner has taken place for many, many of those years.This event has been known as the Fall Festival, the October Festival, and now the Ham Dinner Sunday.
It's a very busy time for the congregation, but also very exciting. The Congregation works together to put the event into action. It takes many, many hands to get the work done, many hours, and great fellowship occurs.
The ham served for our Ham Dinner is purchased from local suppliers. Dinners are sold for dining at the grounds or packed to-go. A convenient drive-through pickup has become very popular. Numerous home-made baked goods are included in the meal.
A SILENT AUCTION takes place throughout the day.
Many great items up for bid.
Some members bake special family recipes and donate them for the silent auction. Many congregational members donate handcrafted items for the silent auction.
Quilt Raffle tickets are available. Two Quilts are handmade by our Zion Quilters.
Raffle Items: Zion receives over 30 donated items from local area businesses.