January 23

Limited number of tickets available for wild game dinner at Skowhegan church

Pulled boar, moose stroganoff among dishes to be served on Friday and Saturday.

Staff Report

SKOWHEGAN — The eighth annual wild game dinner is scheduled for Friday and Saturday at New Horizons Community Church, formerly the Skowhegan First Church of the Nazarene, on East Madison Road.

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Staff photo by David Leaming GROWL: The 8th annual wild game dinner will be held this Friday and Saturday at the New Horizons Community Church, formerly the Skowhegan First Church of the Nazarene, in Skowhegan on the East Madison Road. Preparing fish and venison from left are Melanie Thomas, Andrey Fernandez and Aaron Hughes.

Doors open at 5 p.m. Friday with dinner at 6 p.m. On Saturday, doors open at noon and lunch is at 1 p.m.

The cost each day is $15. There are only 250 tickets available for each meal.

Last year the church served 370 people. Tickets will be available at the door. Please call New Horizons Community Church at 474-2957 for more details. The majority of the meat has been donated by local hunters connected with the church.

The menu for this year is includes pulled boar, moose stroganoff, wild bird stir-fry, jambalaya, venison Cordon bleu, elk and tortellini soup, fried haddock, baked beans, Mexican rice and fruit salad. Dessert will be Gifford’s Ice Cream.

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