Monday, March 16, 2015

Dorchester's Steak And Hamburger Feed Is This Weekend


Ring in spring with a tasty steak or burger at the Dorchester Community Hall and Legion Hall this Saturday, March 21.  

In the process, you'll be helping save the Dorchester American Legion and Tabor Hall.

The Dorchester Community Foundation's Annual Steak and Hamburger Feed will be held in conjunction with the weekend of the Dorchester High School Alumni Basketball Tourney.

The feed will take place from 5 p.m. until 9 p.m.

Diners can choose a 12 oz. ribeye, along with salad, potato or chips, bread, drink and dessert -- all for $17.  

Or choose the hamburger meal for $9, which includes all the aforementioned side dishes.  

This event has been one of the most popular in Dorchester for the past six years.  And the food always gets top-notch reviews.

Proceeds of the March 21 feed will go to benefit Tabor Hall projects, as well as projects at the Dorchester American Legion Hall. Both organizations are struggling financially. (UPDATE: If there are Dorchester residents, alumni, or friends of the Dorchester Legion who would like to donate funds to the Dorchester Legion, but won't be able to make this dinner even, we're told they should contact Tom Cerny, Post 264 Commander, by phoning (402) 381-8049 or e-mailing thomas.cerny00@gmail.com.)

In previous years, the event has raised as much as $2,500 after expenses -- helping support the Foundation's many good initiatives, including the new "Welcome to Dorchester" signs.

Come out and support Dorchester on this Saturday, March 21.

4 comments:

  1. I wish I wasn't in Arizona and could be there for this event to help out the American Legion and Tabor Hall.

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    1. David the BohunkMarch 3, 2015 at 8:08 PM

      You can send a check from anywhere in the world. Even Arizona.

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    2. David the BohunkMarch 3, 2015 at 8:10 PM

      Even better...order a meal for delivery and give the driver a REALLY big tip.

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  2. I like the last line of the story, "come out and support dorchester." Instead of whining and complaining, pitch in and open your wallets to help our great town and actually converse with your town and country neighbors.

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