Every year for about 70-75 years the Union Community Church has hosted their Bazaar and meal. "My husbands grandmother was on the first one, first committees for this thing. And then here Harris's mother and now myself and my sister and so there we are at three generations" Dianna Haywood said.
They have crafts and baked goods for sale along with a raffle for a quilt. They also do a free will donation attic treasures where you can find many different things.
They are known to serve homemade chicken and noodles. The Saturday before a group of them got together and made 50 pounds of flour into noodles for the event. They usually plan for about 250 meals but this year they broke their record with 313 meals.
"Thank you everyone for your generosity and supporting us all these years"