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Windthorst Knights of Columbus Serve Up Tradition with Sausage Meal

The dip in temperature didn't stop hundreds of people from enjoying a Windthorst tradition Sunday.

The dip in temperature didn't stop hundreds of people from enjoying a Windthorst tradition Sunday.

People lined up at St. Mary's Church Sunday for the annual Knights of Columbus Sausage Meal.

For $12 you could get all the sausage you could eat along with mashed potatoes, green beans sauerkraut and ice cream sundae for dessert.

The meal is traditional served the first weekend in December but this year icy roads caused the Knights to reschedule.

“I think it hindered us just a tad, not a whole lot, it helped with it being right after Christmas a lot of families are still in town for the holiday so they can all come together as a family but a lot of people are used to it being that first Sunday in December,” says Windthorst Knights of Columbus Member, Brad Wolf.

On average the Knights serve a little over a thousand people each year.

The money raised goes towards a variety of charities that includes the boy scouts and the Special Olympics


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