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Sacred Heart Catholic Church Kicks Off 69th Annual Turkey Dinner and Silent Auction

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November is a busy month for the Sacred Heart Catholic Church as it kicks off its 69th Annual Turkey Dinner and Silent Auction.

$8 gets you a turkey dinner with all the traditional fixings and kids plates are just $4.

Over 2,000 meals were prepared last year and church members hope to beat that record.

Nearly 200 donated items make the silent auction a popular part of the event.

All proceeds go towards the church, something officials say is needed. 

"This is a main fundraiser for our church. Without this, our church probably wouldn't survive. We have so many different areas of the church from our youth group, to food pantry, to just administrative to keep this building running," said Angelique Flack, Office Administrator for Sacred Heart Catholic Church.

The meal and silent auction run till 7 p.m. tonight, but you can also catch this event tomorrow, Sunday, Nov. 4, from noon to 5 p.m. Meals can also be delivered or picked up by calling 417-673-2044.

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