BEV ROGERS WORKS THE RAFFLE TICKET TABLE AS WILMA KERR LOOKS ON. Janet Hansen/For The Creswell Chronicle
In a word, Creswell is nothing if not traditional. When autumn breezes in and begins to settle around us, Creswell's First Presbyterian Church opens its doors to the community on the first Friday of November as it has for more than 80 years welcoming everyone to their annual Harvest Dinner.
Hundreds of townspeople lined up outside Fellowship Hall as friends and neighbors joined together for a feast of traditional holiday fare . . .