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Darrell Gruis carefully lifts the foil cover on a steaming pan of sliced ham Sunday. (Sarah Smith / Enterprise)

Dorset church opens its doors, kitchen, heart

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Bill Singelman spent much of Easter Sunday toiling over a steaming dishwasher, putting tray after tray of plates, glasses and silverware through a commercial washer at First English Lutheran Church of Dorset.

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The relatively small parish opened its doors and kitchen to the neighborhood and the region, serving more than 300 people ham, green beans, potatoes and gravy, salads and desserts.

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Sarah Smith
Sarah Smith is the outdoors editor. She covers courts, business and breaking news in addition to outdoors events.
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