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Three Bears’ Cafe cooks up grandmother’s spaghetti sauce in support of Zane Grey Clubhouse 

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From left is Raylene Packer who was helping Michelle and James Dempsy of Three Bears serve dinner to diners at the Zane Grey Clubhouse benefit.

On a Monday late afternoon James and Michelle of Three Bears’ Cafe, donated spaghetti with meat sauce (gravy for Italian readers) for hungry music lovers at the Zane Grey Clubhouse. James, who’s usually behind the scenes helping Michelle, prepared a spaghetti sauce from his grandmother’s recipe. “I used seven crates of fresh tomatoes,” James said. His end product was nine gallons of meat sauce that was delicious! It was served over spaghetti, with salad and a bread stick. Yum! Music was provided by the “Jammers” during dinner.

 

If you haven’t been to a jam session yet this year, you need to step it up as the High Country Jammers will only be here for a few more weeks before packing it up for the winter. The last couple of years, the members have been raising money for improvement to the property to allow for more visitors to their jam sessions.

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A few of the High Country Jammers entertained diners at the Zane Grey Fundraiser

High Country Jammers play each Tuesday at 1:00  to 3:30 p.m. through October 10.

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Barbara Samples was born and raised in Phoenix, AZ and has called Heber-Overgaard home since 2008. She is married to Larry Samples, who is co-owner with her in L & B, Inc., owner of the Mogollon Rim News. They have four (grown) children and two grandchildren. Barbara serves as the Editor.