Taste of Markerville a resounding success

The Taste of Markerville took place over the weekend to resounding success. The long table dinner had volunteers from Markerville and talented chefs to create a memorable meal for all in attendance.

Katheleen Raines, an organzier for the Taste of Markerville, said the day was “absolutley stellar.”

Many of the guests present proclaimed the event to be the best one ever.

“Of course having good weather helped,” said Raines.

megan.roth@sylvanlakenews.com

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Thirty volunteer servers await guests’ arrival.

Chefs Lydia Neergaard, Matt Burton and Derek Layden in the Fensala Hall kitchen.

Volunteer Jaye Hillman created the stunning table settings dressed with antiques from.

The Spruce View Country Market enjoyed a sunny day in Markerville.

A panoramic shot of the Long Table outside Fensala Hall in Markerville.

The Taste of Markerville Long Table is dressed to welcome diners.

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