Free community supper set for May 30 in Elroy

A free community supper will be served from 4:30 to 6 p.m. Wednesday, May 39, at the Elroy United Methodist Church Fellowship Hall, 204 Royall Ave.

At the meal, Juneau County Aging and Disability Resource Center representatives will talk about its services and transportation assistance.

This community supper is offered on the last Wednesday of each month and, according to event organizers, “provides an opportunity to build social relationships within the community by coming together to share a meal.”

The Woman’s Club of Elroy and United Methodist Church will sponsor the May meal.

The public is invited.

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