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Thursday, May 31, 2007

Thinking chicken?

Maybe it's time you started thinking about chicken. Fried chicken, to be exact. Now that school's out (or nearly so), it's time for church chicken dinners to get going, raising money for local parishes. And thankfully, there's an easy spot to keep track of them all: Thinking Chicken.

Carl Heilmann is the man you have to thank for the up-to-date chicken dinner listings. Best of all? There are two chicken dinners for you to try this Sunday, June 3. One's at St. John's United Church of Christ in Sunman, Indiana. The other's at Queen of Peace in Millville, Ohio.

Chuck Martin swears the best one in town isn't until the Monday of Labor Day weekend, September 4, at St. Peter's Church, St. Peter's, Indiana. But you have all summer to find out, now, don't you!?


at 4:02 PM Anonymous Davey said...

I love Thinking Chicken, I check it each weekend to see if there's a dinner I can make!

at 9:42 AM Anonymous johnny and liz said...

ieywmWe go to a number of chicken dinners each year and rely on Thinking Chicken for updates on date, time, and other features that may change each year. The site is up to date and essy to navigate. Our personal favorites are St. Nicholas in June, St. Aloysius in Shandon in August, and St. John's Dry Ridge in August.

at 3:34 PM Blogger Julie Gaw said...

I'm with you, Johnny and Liz, on St John's Dry RIdge. Just got some carryout last year (that ALONE took 45 minutes, and I went early!), but it was amazing. Will have to go back again this year.

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