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February 11, 2013

Deliciousness in virtually every language!


Somerset —

“Each year, the event sells out,” said Robertson, “and we expect a full house again this year.”
Tables can be purchased by contacting Chris Short at 606-271-8016, Ben Robertson at 606-451-4533 or Lisa Mullins at 606-679-5090.
Robertson knows firsthand about how rewarding the dinner can be: He prepares the food for the Scotland booth.
“I can speak from experience,” said Robertson. “The cooks really like it too because it gives them a chance to show off their native countries.”
Plus, it’s a chance to broaden one’s horizons. “There’s really nowhere else in the area that you can have the chance to taste these foods,” said Robertson.
The Somerset Pulaski Morning Rotary Club meets every Thursday morning 
at 7 a.m. at Lake Cumberland Regional Hospital Basement Conference Room B.
Guests are most welcome. 
 Rotary is a service-oriented organization that brings together business and professional leaders to provide humanitarian service, encourage high ethical standards in all vocations, and help build goodwill and peace in the world.
Robertson assures that those who go ahead and get a table now will be in for a world of good times.
“People can expect a great atmosphere and relaxed dining,” said Robertson. “It’s a very leisurely dinner where there’s a lot of networking and interaction involved. It’s not your typical sit-down dinner; there’s lots of interaction between the guests and countries and such. It’s like no other in this area.”

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