PARIS TN: Don’t just be a spec-tater

Approximately 360 potatoes are laid out to dry by Trinity United Methodist Church pastor Emily Walker (right) and Joy Bailey Monday morning in the gymnasium of the church, located at 409 N. Wilson St. The potatoes are being prepared for a baked potato bar luncheon from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Friday. Because of the coronavirus pandemic, there will be no dine-in option this year. People can come to the church to buy a to-go plate with a baked potato, a choice of toppings including chili, cheese, bacon, sour cream, broccoli, onions and chives with a salad, dessert and drink for $10. Members of the church will also be delivering potatoes to anyone who requests, by calling 642-3427.

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