Historical fundraiser mixes supper, song

The annual Cream Can Supper fundraiser in the Dunn County Museum mixed music by the Sweet Adelines (above), a meal and an auction in an effort to raise money for the Dunn County Historical Society. HERALD/Brad Mosher
The annual Cream Can Supper fundraiser in the Dunn Couny Museum mixed music by the Sweet Adelines, a meal, and an auction in an effort to raise money for the Dunn County Historical Society. HERALD/Brad Mosher

The 14th annual Cream Can Supper fundraiser exceeded expectations Sept. 7 in the Dunn County Museum in Dunn Center.
The supper may have been in the cramped confines of the museum becase of the inclement weather outside, but even Ron Pelton, the vice president of the historical society said he was pleasantly surprise and the number of people who came out in the rainy weather to attend the fundraiser.
Pelton, who was one of the people working behind the scene, cooking the meal, also noted that there was a lot people.
Cathy Trampe, the treasurer for the committee. said that about 100 people braved the weather.
“We planned for about 200-250 people, but with the rainy weather , a lot of people didn’t attend.
“We usually set the tables outside and the entertainment would outside in the parking lot,” she explained.

 

 

The annual Cream Can Supper fundraiser in the Dunn Couny Museum mixed music by the Sweet Adelines, a meal, and an auction in an effort to raise money for the Dunn County Historical Society. HERALD/Brad Mosher
The annual Cream Can Supper fundraiser in the Dunn Couny Museum mixed music by the Sweet Adelines, a meal, and an auction in an effort to raise money for the Dunn County Historical Society. HERALD/Brad Mosher

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