Published DateBRISTOL — The Bristol United Church of Christ is hosting a Prime Rib Dinner on Saturday, March 30 from 5:30 to 7 p.m. Tickets are $20 each and $10 from each ticket sold will benefit the Pemi-Valley Habitat for Humanity Hedstrom Way project.
"We are so grateful for our friends at the Bristol United Church of Christ," said Brian McCarthy, Executive Director of Pemi-Valley Habitat for Humanity. "They have been strong and faithful supporters of the Bristol project, which is named after the late Rev. Doug Hedstrom, who was the pastor at Bristol United Church of Christ. They have already taken up several collections for the Hedstrom Way project and, now, they are going to host this very special fund raising event."
The menu will include Prime Rib with roasted red potatoes, salad, California mixed vegetables, beverages and a brownie sundae for dessert. Tickets are available at the Habitat ReStore, 27 Cedar Lane in Ashland or by calling 536-1333 or visiting www.pemivalleyhabitat.org. Tickets are also available at Bristol United Church of Christ.
Pemi-Valley Habitat for Humanity has built 26 homes for needy and deserving families. The 26th home for the Mason family on Glove Street in Ashland was completed in February, 2012. The first of four homes in the Hedstrom Way project is nearly complete.