By Art Martens
The 100 tickets to the Hedley Museum’s annual Harvest dinner were again eagerly snapped up by people anticipating a great meal. Held at the local Seniors’ Centre last Friday evening, the event attracted locals and a number of out of towners. One contingent from Keremeos arrived well before the doors opened. They seemed not to mind waiting outside. The turkeys, hams, mashed potatoes, gravy, desserts, and much more were mostly prepared by very willing Hedley ladies and several men. Five portable steam tables were supplied by the Nickel Plate Restaurant. Approximately a dozen ladies were on hand attending to last minute details and serving the food. The generous helpings surprised some guests. Definitely a night for a long walk to burn off an abundance of calories after the meal.
Source:: Living Significantly