If you like salad, then Saturday was the place to be, as the annual "50 Shades of Green Salad" supper was held from 4-7 p.m. at Calvary Baptist Church, Neosho.

If you like salad, then Saturday was the place to be, as the annual "50 Shades of Green Salad" supper was held from 4-7 p.m. at Calvary Baptist Church, Neosho.
The fundraiser was put on by Faithful Friends Animal Advocates (FFAA).
"We had a smorgasbord of different kinds of salad, we had leafy green salad, we had vegetable salads, fruit salads, and we had a host of desserts," FFAA volunteer Shannon Lupini. "It supports our mission of helping the animals, it goes to help with the spade and neutered that we have and the cost that we incur with the shelter."
FFAA holds a few fundraisers throughout the year. this particular one gave those in attendance a chance to have an "all you can eat salad and dessert" for $8 per person.
"We had around 29 salads," she said. "Anything basically that you can put together and call a salad, is a salad."
Lupini said the event helps organization's mission.
"We are really into rescuing animals, this is one of our many fundraisers that we try to do," she said. "We are always looking to have volunteers come out and help us at the shelter, help us at the thrift store, but fundraising is unfortunately something that we need to do pretty much year round, so we try to pick little small things that we can do in the community to have the community support us."