Durham Willing Workers Host Fundraiser

By Pat VerSteeg — After the recent bitter cold the fall-like weather was welcomed last Wednesday by those gathering at the Durham Community Building. The warmth one felt as one entered was from seeing old friends and the aroma of hearty, steaming chilis and stews. This was the annual Chili/Stew Fundraiser hosted by the “Sisterhood of the Traveling Pans” (Durham Willing Workers) to help raise money for roof, stove, stage curtains and other repairs needed. A good crowd was in attendance (about 50) and the dessert table complemented the excellent meal and of course the fellowship made for a delightful…

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