6th Annual Dessert Extravaganza

The 6th Annual Dessert Extravaganza sponsored by Dr Helmcken Memorial Hospital Auxiliary was held

Linda Simms serves desserts to Fritz Schaer at the 6th Annual Dessert Extravaganza held Oct. 13 at the KOA banquet room.  

The 6th Annual Dessert Extravaganza sponsored by Dr Helmcken Memorial Hospital Auxiliary was held Saturday, Oct. 13. There was a full house. Great music was supplied by Howard Mitchell and friends Doug Fenwick and Gerda Faber, volunteer M/C Ron Hadley kept everything moving and on time, Leslie and her helpers organized the well stocked silent auction and the desserts were spectacular. The Belgium Waffles made by Johan & Maryse Raes proved to be a delight to the taste buds. Wendy Grimm crafted concrete mushrooms that adorned, along with lanterns and greenery, every table. Anna and Dave of the KOA again donated the use of their beautiful facility for our event. The auxiliary thanks each and everyone that attended, donated auction items, baked, decorated, setup and cleaned up, and especially those who worked so hard to make the evening a success.

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