South Milwaukee Tradition: Trinity Lutheran Church’s Meatball Supper Set for Friday

Jan. 21, 2014

Nothing warms you up better than Scandinavian meatballs and lefse.

That’s why we’re happy to announce the Trinity Lutheran Church Meatball Supper returns this Friday, January 24, with some great homemade food and fellowship.

The event runs from 4 to 7 p.m. at Trinity, 2507 5th Ave. in South Milwaukee.

On the menu are those terrific meatballs and gravy, parsley-buttered potatoes, corn, coleslaw, lefse and rolls, and the best homemade desserts around.

Cost is $10 for those age 11 and up. It’s $6 for those 6 to 10, and those 5 and under are free. All take-out orders cost $9.

Learn more about the event, and Trinity Lutheran Church, at its website: www.tlcsm.org. And we’ll see you for this unique celebration of food and friends. And meatballs.

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