Washington Statue Centennial Luncheon w/ Speaker
George Washington found his life in “as much jeopardy as it had ever been before or since” on November 12, 1758, when Virginian provincial forces mistook each other for the enemy. His own words make that abundantly clear in “The Remarks”, a document penned nearly 30 years later. This clash in the wilderness outside of Fort Ligonier is still shrouded in mystery. Let us dive deeper into the accounts of this fateful moment in Washington’s life and you can decide on what truly happened over 250 years ago.
Luncheon Menu Options:
1. Homemade Meatloaf Amish Style Freshly Baked with baked roll, vegetable of the day, mashed/baked/or sweet potato casserole, and choice of coleslaw or applesauce.
2. Baked Stuffed Icelandic Cod with original crabmeat stuffing with baked roll, vegetable of the day, mashed/baked/or sweet potato casserole, and choice of coleslaw or applesauce.
3. Summer Spinach Salad with choice of cheddar or crumbled blue cheese, tomatoes, onions, candied pecans and dried cranberries.