St. Patrick's Day Potato Bake draws large lunch crowd

Wednesday, March 23, 2016
The Kid Kat Choir performed for guests at the Soroptimist Club of Barry County's St. Patrick's Day Potato Bake Thursday at the United Methodist Church. The ladies of the club baked 192 potatoes, which were sold for $7 each. Proceeds, which totaled $900 will benefit the Cassville Education Fund. Kyle Troutman editor@cassville-democrat.com

The Kid Kat Choir performed for guests at the Soroptimist Club of Barry County's St. Patrick's Day Potato Bake Thursday at the United Methodist Church.

McKenzie Kochell, with Security Abstract in Cassville, dresses her baked potato at the Soroptimist Club of Barry County's St. Patrick's Day Potato Bake Thursday at the United Methodist Church. The annual event netted a profit of about $900 for the Soroptimist Club, which plans to donate the money to the Cassville Education Fund to help it receive a $5,000 matching grant. Kyle Troutman editor@cassville-democrat.com
Det. Danny Boyd, with the Cassville Police Department, picks out a dessert to go with his baked potato during the Soroptimist Club of Barry County's St. Patrick's Day Potato Bake Thursday at the United Methodist Church. Kyle Troutman editor@cassville-democrat.com
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