“Local” Foods on Legacy Dinner Menu!

If you’re a fan of “local” foods, you won’t want to miss the 2016 Legacy Dinner! The eating experience will include some of the finest dining selections grown or sourced in Fairfield County.

The festivities will be enjoyed in the Majors’ spacious new farm shop and will begin with a wine tasting and samples from a wheel of Swiss cheese made with milk sourced locally from Marodore Farms near Baltimore. Dinner will begin with a tossed salad, topped with microgreens grown just for the Legacy Dinner by the Green Machine Gardeners at the Fairfield County Opportunity Center.

Thanks to 4-Her Mason Love for the donation of his lamb!

Thanks to 4-Her Mason Love for the donation of his lamb!

Guests will enjoy three main course entrées beginning with caramelized roast beef and baked potato prepared by Bower and Sons Market in Millersport. Our pork selection will be loin, seasoned and carefully smoked by the Leith family. The lamb entrée which was specially processed at Bay Food Market for our dinner, will be expertly prepared by Kris Doyle. Guests will be interested in knowing the lamb for dinner was Mason Love’s 2015 Muscle Quality and Performance lamb project that he’s donated for the Legacy Dinner.

Just in case you love homemade pie, diners will enjoy their choice of a variety of pies crafted by Dawn Grube and topped with Schaffner’s famous ice cream!!

Dinner includes homemade pie!

Dinner includes homemade pie!

The Legacy Dinner is the only major fund raiser of the Fairfield County 4-H Endowment Board. Ticket information may be found linked here and reservation deadline is May 29th.

Please consider spending an evening of food, fun and fellowship with us at the home of our gracious hosts Doug and Cheryl Majors, 750 Ginder Road, Lancaster, during the 2016 4-H Legacy Dinner and Auction.

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