On left are Don Reichart, Alan Milne and Harry Simmerman (executive chef) and on right are Bart Frankena (crew chief), Kurt Schoenberg and Jerry Zachman.

For more than 20 years, the Bethlehem United Methodist Men’s group in Moneta has roasted and packed more than 250,000 jars of peanuts with all profits going to local charities. Fortunately, the group’s inventory in the “Nut House” has carried sales through the current COVID-19 situation although stocks were getting low. Using proper measures, the cooking team resumed their duties after standing down for more than two months. Recently, these members processed 55 cases of peanuts. 

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