On March 30th, Rosemount-St. Lambert Chapter #15 put on a Hungarian Night Dinner as a fundraiser. One of the members, Brother Frank Nemeth, who is Hungarian, made homemade Hungarian Goulash as well as homemade sausages. Sisters Brenda Shaw-Radford and Debbie Gamble made some wonderful desserts. After dinner, Brother Frank attempted to teach people how to do Hungarian dancing!
March 31st saw me headed off to Stanbridge East to enjoy the Chicken and Biscuit supper put on by Maple Leaf Chapter #2. This is an annual event for them and they get a lot of support from the community. The supper was wonderfully delicious (I’m pleased to say as this is the meal that they will be making for our banquet at the Hands Across the Border with Vermont on April 21st). I look forward to their annual Apple Festival Soup & Sandwich dinner in the Fall.