Monday, July 13, 2020

Tapping through the 20’s

Alan Sandlin enjoys the sounds of the Silver Lake’s Kitchen Band at Marco Presbyterian Church’s themed dinner entitled Tapping through the Twenties on March 18.  The themed dinner was the final one for the season.

Alan Sandlin enjoys the sounds of the Silver Lake’s Kitchen Band at Marco Presbyterian Church’s themed dinner entitled Tapping through the Twenties on March 18. The themed dinner was the final one for the season.

Karlee Nantz helps herself to pineapple upside down cake at Marco Presbyterian Church’s themed dinner entitled Tapping through the Twenties on March 18.  The dinner consisted of foods that were introduced during that era.

Karlee Nantz helps herself to pineapple upside down cake at Marco Presbyterian Church’s themed dinner entitled Tapping through the Twenties on March 18. The dinner consisted of foods that were introduced during that era.

Jessica Loerop, left, Paul Flores, Linda Flores and Emily Ihle pose for the camera at Marco Presbyterian Church’s themed dinner entitled Tapping through the Twenties on March 18. The evening consisted of 1920’s era food, dance, trivia and music.

Jessica Loerop, left, Paul Flores, Linda Flores and Emily Ihle pose for the camera at Marco Presbyterian Church’s themed dinner entitled Tapping through the Twenties on March 18. The evening consisted of 1920’s era food, dance, trivia and music.

Marco Presbyterian Church’s Senior Pastor the Rev. William Lyle leans on a modified Roadster outside of the church’s fellowship hall on March 18. The church hosted a themed 1920’s era dinner. Submitted photos

Marco Presbyterian Church’s Senior Pastor the Rev. William Lyle leans on a modified Roadster outside of the church’s fellowship hall on March 18. The church hosted a themed 1920’s era dinner. Submitted photos

 

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