Courtney Dunlap, left, and Sam Glass serve up some corned beef and cabbage during last year’s Lassen Humane Society’s annual St. Patrick’s Day Dinner. This year’s dinner was cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic, and now the nonprofit agency hopes to sell some of the corned beef it purchased for the dinner to the public. File photo
What if you prepared for a big community corned beef and cabbage dinner for St. Patrick’s Day, and the event had to be cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic?
Well, that’s exactly what happened to the Lassen Humane Society, so now they’re having a corned beef sale!
According to a statement from the society, “Since we had to cancel our St. Patrick’s Day dinner, we’ve had the corned beef in a commercial freezer. So now we’re giving everyone a chance to buy some that you can cook yourself. LOL. It’s Shensen bottom round premium corned beef. Each package is vacuum packed and weighs about three pounds. We’re asking for a donation of $12 (or more) per package.
“The meat can be purchased at Milwood Florist … By selling the meat, we can recoup some of the expense from our cancelled event. As always, thank you for supporting the Lassen Humane Society.”