'Food' tagged posts

2017 Food Basket Project

Food Baskets were provided to nearly 500 families in the western Douglas County area this Christmas thanks to the West O Chamber of Commerce.  Jim Tomanek and Amy Dritley coordinated the project. Food Basket Contents Each basket contained a complete Christmas dinner.  Along with nonperishable food, each basket received fresh fruit, a ham, turkey breast,…

RECAP: 2017 Chili Cookoff

The sights and smells wafting from the Family Life Center last Sunday were sweetly delicious of the more than fifteen competing chili’s and also mildly bitter, as we could only crown one grand champion. There were far more smiles than frowns to go around, however, as this years chili cook off as attendees fluttered from table to table to see what…

Fish fry

F.O.Y.P. Fish Fry

Friday March 10th marks the third outing for our young adults group, F.O.Y.P. (Fellowship of Young People). In keeping with a now annual tradition in the Lenten season, the “FOYP-ers” will be attending St. Patrick’s Catholic Church on 204th and Maple Street for their Fish Fry. The F.O.Y.P. group gets together on a monthly basis, planning…


The United Methodist Church members are free to make their own decisions about Halloween activities. Elkhorn Hills UMC offers a fun, indoor, family-friendly event called “Trunk or Treat.” Learn more about Halloween from this Chuck Knows Church video.

YES Meal — A Success!

Elkhorn Hills is a great place that cares for the youth in our community. Our first meal to the youth served by Youth Emergency Services (YES) was a success! A big “Thank You” to everyone who donated cash to purchase the chicken and to those who donated drinks, paper products and all of the other food items. Thank you for helping to share the love of Jesus to these youth.

Comedy Night and Dinner Recap

The first annual chaperone fundraiser sponsored by the EHUMC GRACE Sunday school class was a rousing success! A Comedy Night and Dinner was held on Feb. 6th from 7 – 9 pm to raise funds for chaperones on the youth mission trips this summer. The event sold out! Additionally, many generous members who were not able to attend donated to this worthy cause. The FLC was transformed into an Italian dinner theatre for a delightful evening of good food, fellowship, and Christian comedy.