It's time to enjoy a bowl of homemade potato soup for a good cause on Friday! The 34th Annual Potato Soup Benefit at the Neosho United Methodist Church downtown will take place this year with two serving times. Lunch will be served from 11 a.m until 1 p.m. and dinner will be from 5 until 7 p.m.

Potato soup will be served along with dessert and drinks, all for $5 for adults and $3 for children age 12 and under.

Take-out and delivery is available. To arrange either, call 417-451-2310. Drinks will not be available with deliveries.

The 34th Annual Potato Soup Benefit will take palace at the downtown location of the Methodist Church, at 224 South Wood Street just off the Neosho Square.

All proceeds benefit the Society of St. Andrew and the Neosho United Methodist Men.

Since 1979 the Society of St. Andrew has helped bridge the gap between good food going to waste, over 133 billion pounds of food per year, and the millions of Americans who live in poverty. The Society of St. Andrew saves and distributes between 25-30 million pounds of fresh produce each year by coordinating resources that already are in existence. More than 50 million Americans go hungry, including women, children, the unemployed, the working poor and homeless people. More information can be found at the Society of St. Andrew website, EndHunger.org.

Since 1985, the Neosho United Methodist Church has served up soup during the annual Potato Soup Benefit, offering a tasty meal for a great cause. Stop by for lunch or dinner on Friday!