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NBM - Never a Bad Meal at Campbellsville UMC potlucks

Risking intra-sectarian civil strife, first responder to call for Never a Bad Meal says it like she sees: Campbellsville UMC potlucks are the best

Martha Berry writes:
Ed, I know that you probably don't go to too many Methodist Potlucks, but you are missing a real treat. The best, by far, is at Campbellsville United Methodist on E. Main St. in C-ville. I don't like to be disloyal to Columbia UMC and other Churches that I have been associated with but I can't deny the wonderful food at C-ville UMC potlucks, be it for home folks or visiting dignitaries. All the cooks there put the little pot in the big pot and do their dead level best to have a wonderful meal. And royally succeed. - Martha Berry
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