The 15-by-15-foot bounce house has
plenty of room for the fun inside. It features a Disney-character
front. Game supervisors from both St. John and the Oasis will
oversee the bounce house and the other games on a secured section of
the church parking lot.
Also on the parking lot, the Alley
Kats Band will furnish music during the serving time, including
polka music for dancing or listening -- outside, weather permitting.
Tables for those who want to sit outside to eat, watch their
children play or listen to the band will also be on the lot.
Inside the church, St. John is
being joined by the Oasis Senior Center in providing authentic
German food. Brats, red cabbage, sauerkraut, German potato salad,
apple strudel, German chocolate cake or angel food cake will be
served with apple cider, tea or coffee. A hot dog meal with chips,
dessert and drink will also be available. Meals will be served from
11 a.m. to 3 p.m. in the St. John Fellowship Hall.
The youth of the church will offer
the same menu at a drive-thru line at the alley alongside the former
ALMH east parking lot entrance, off Eighth Street.
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Free delivery in town will be offered
with orders of six or more prepaid tickets. Tickets are available
from church and Oasis members, church or Oasis offices, or by
calling Marilyn Armbrust at 732-4261. German meal tickets are $8.50,
and hot dog meals are $4.
Profits will be evenly split
between the Oasis for their programs and St. John UCC for their
Co-chairs for this year's
Germanfest are Wayne Mara, 737-6639, and Tonita Reifsteck, 732-9796,
for St. John UCC, and Georgina Binzen, 732-6132, and Dennis
Schrader, 871-4155, for the Oasis.