Doing dinner at the Relay? Here's the menu:
By Becky Barclay
Published in News on May 18, 2007 1:57 PM
Wrap you mouth around a pork tenderloin sandwich. Munch on hot egg rolls. Throw in some chips and top it off with a slice of homemade cake. Then wash it all down with a cold soft drink.
That is what hundreds of Wayne County residents will be doing tonight at the annual Relay for Life at Wayne Community College. Food has been a big part of the event for years and many of the teams go all out in preparing all sorts of delectable fare.
Want to map out your eating plan in advance of the relay? Here's what some of the teams will have on their menus:
*First Pentecostal Holiness Church, campsite 2 -- barbecue plates and sandwiches, canned sodas and shaved ice.
*Rainbow Crusaders, campsite 51 -- hot dogs, grilled turkey legs, funnel cakes, fried pickles, chips, 10-layer chocolate cake slices, other cake slices, cookies, brownies, candy, caramel applies, cold soft drinks and water.
*Coker Memorial Church, campsite 55 -- shrimp on a stick, hot dogs, smoked sausage dogs, red hots, drinks and water.
*Saulston United Methodist Church, campsite 84 -- hamburgers, hot dogs, chips, soft drinks and applejacks.
*Meredith Stancil Memorial Team, campsite 30 -- drinks and chips.
*333rd Lancers, campsite 86 -- popcorn, hot dogs and sodas.
*First Free Will Baptist Church, campsite 82 -- hot dogs, hamburgers, drinks, coffee, hot chocolate, chips and popcorn.
*Team Excell, campsite 7 -- hamburgers, cheeseburgers, hot dogs, sausages, chips, sodas, water and baked goodies. Saturday morning the team will have coffee and sausage sandwiches.
*Walnut Creek Original Free Will Baptist Church, campsite 94 -- barbecue turkey with potatoes, green beans, bread, dessert and beverage.
*Fremont STARS and Friends, campsite 79 -- barbecue pig, hot dogs, hamburgers, drinks and ice cream.
*Providence United Methodist Church, campsite 44 -- Gary Bevell's slow-cooked wilderness stew.
*Skill Creations Inc., campsite 43 -- homemade egg rolls, wontons, applejacks, pork rinds, drinks and water.
*We Are Family -- hot dogs, hamburgers, chips, canned drinks and water.
*Salon 150, campsite 4 -- popcorn, drinks and snacks.
*Shepherd Shockers, campsite 17 -- hot dogs, chips and drinks.
*Friends Fellowship Class, campsite 65 -- hot dogs, chips, baked goodies and beverages.
*First Baptist Church of Mount Olive, campsite 99 -- sausage dogs with onions, pancakes and sausage.
*Goldsboro News-Argus, campsite 52 -- strawberry shortcake and chocolate-dipped strawberries.
*Pine Forest United Methodist Church, campsite 59 -- pork tenderloin sandwiches, homemade ice cream, homemade applejacks, drinks and water.
*The Purtty Team, campsite 83 -- bratwurst sausages with peppers and onions, shrimp kabobs with peppers and onions, hot dogs, corn on the cob, potato chips and lemonade.
*A&K Motors, campsite 78 -- chips, drinks and cake.
*Torrell's Tornadoes, campsite 90 -- ribeye steak sandwiches, ribbon fries, French fries, corn on the cob, grilled chicken, fried chicken, popcorn and funnel cakes.
*Zion Marchers, campsite 100 -- nachos and cheese and drinks.
*TOPS of Wayne County, campsite 5 -- grilled turkey legs, grilled corn on the cob, baked potatoes with cheese, chili, sour cream, bacon bits and butter and drinks.
*Case Farms The Chicken Coop, campsite 10 -- popcorn chicken.
*Tabernacle Pentecostal Holiness Church, campsite 16 -- baked goodies and drinks.
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