Oakland-Cambridge Presbyterian Church, 313 E. Main St., Cambridge will hold their annual Strawberry Salad Luncheon on Saturday, June 23rd with serving starting at 11 a.m. until 1 p.m. Cost is $8 adults; $5.00 children ages 5-12; $3.00 for shortcake à la carte; children under 5 are free. Carry-outs are available. Phone 608-423-3001 on June 23 for more info.

Featured is a buffet of delicious salads with strawberry shortcake for dessert.

Musical entertainment during the luncheon will be presented by the women’s barbershop quartet, Spare Parts. Performance time is 11:20 a.m. in a 20 minute set. The group formed in 2016 and includes JoAnn Bray (lead), Kay Hinck (baritone), Bonnie Senkowski (bass) and Gwen Torkelson (tenor) singing 4-part a cappella harmonies.

Spare Parts quartet loves to add sparkle and fun to any event or special occasion. Their performances include a variety of music from the 1940’s to the present time. They also offer a singing “telegram” package that is very popular around Valentine’s Day, but makes a great gift any time of year. The quartet has performed for a variety of Madison area clubs, organizations, civic events and health care facilities. Spare Parts is affiliated with the award-winning Yahara River Chorus, a chapter of Sweet Adelines International.

Following the performance of Spare Parts, at 12 noon. The Promised Band will entertain with their “old time Gospel” music with a bluegrass flavor. They are led by Leo Jazdzewski, band organizer on guitar, Steve Holmes on violin and mandolin, Laura Connor on violin, and Susie Egre on string bass. They have been together about 16 years playing at churches and events in the area.

Wind and Strings Ensemble, with Lisa Leadholm on flute, Mare Stewart flute, Bobbi Rumpf on violin and Barb Brown piano, comes together just for the luncheon. Their performance starts at 12:40 p.m.

Lisa plays occasionally at Grace Lutheran Church. Mare plays at Oakland-Cambridge Presbyterian Church. Bobbi plays in a string quartet at a Presbyterian church in Florida as well as a symphony. Barb Brown accompanies Mare at OCPC, and occasionally plays at her church in Milton and at hospitals.

Come and join us for a scrumptious luncheon and entertainment.

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