The annual Hunter's Supper is Saturday, Oct. 10, at the Harper Ladies Club building next to the school in Harper. (Enterprise photo)

UPDATE: Well, the event was a success. The Harper Ladies Club reported in a Facebook post that it sold out 150 meals in 30 minutes on Saturday.

HARPER – If you ever needed a reason to visit Harper, a $10 meal on Saturday should do the trick.

The Harper Ladies Club is putting on its annual Hunter’s Supper on Saturday, Oct. 10. The service starts at 6 p.m. and goes until the food runs out.

Because of the pandemic, the usual sit-down meal is being replaced by a grab-and-go option.

The menu for Saturday’s meal includes tri-tip, turkey, mashed potatoes, homemade stuffing, green beans with bacon, cranberry relish, rolls – and homemade pies.

The entire meal is $10 and will be on a first come, first served basis. About 100 meals will be prepared.

“You get a lot of food for $10,” said Carman Lovell of the Ladies Club.

“Although the delivery is different, the food is still the same delicious cookin'!,” the club said in a Facebook post.

Those picking up food are asked to wear masks and observe social distancing.

The meals will be available at the Ladies Club building adjacent to Harper School. To get there from Vale, head east on U.S. Highway 20 about 22 miles and watch for the right-hand turn to Harper.

The club is also selling tickets for a chance at a queen-size quilt with tickets going for $1 or 6 for $5.

The event is a long-standing tradition in Harper and provides the Ladies Club the money to keep up its building, to fund scholarships for Harper graduates, and for other charity work.

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