Central Christian Church hosting dinner

| March 5, 2020

Central Christian church is having a sausage and sauerkraut supper at 5:30 p.m. Saturday, March 28, at the church located at 731 Main St.

This fundraiser supports Caring Essentially Coshocton, a mission of the church that supplies toilet paper, shampoo, detergent, etc. for eligible residents.

The $10 meal includes smoked sausage, sauerkraut, mashed potatoes, applesauce, rolls and a dessert.

The meal has its roots in an area of Cincinnati that was once known as Wooden Shoe Hollow. The residents were truck farmers, raising and selling greenhouse grown tomatoes and lettuce to the farmer’s market.

Connie Miller’s grandfather, William Goetz, smoked sausage for his family. When his church held its first sausage supper in 1940 Goetz made the sausage in his smoke house. Over the years the smoke house disappeared, and the recipe was given to Stehlin’s Meat Market on Colerain Avenue. That supper continues today and Stehlin’s is still in operation. Make your reservations for the Coshocton dinner by calling the church at 740-622-2208. If there is no answer leave a message. Group seating is available, and you can pay when you arrive.

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