Tebbetts Community

friendly, good food, small community

January Update

Friday Night Benefit Dinner

Carry out and eat-in buffet — Adults $14, child $5 — Gluten free available upon request. 

Due to unpredictable weather, NO DRIVE-THRU, open to the public 

The proceeds from the dinner will be donated to Donnell Leimkuehler.  Don has been battling kidney and bladder cancer for 2 years now.  He is receiving strong chemo treatments which are taking their toll on him.  Don is an active member of the Tebbetts United Methodist Church and the Tebbetts Odd Fellows Lodge.  The Tebbetts United Methodist Church, the Tebbetts Odd Fellows and the Tebbetts Community Club all are working together to make this a successful benefit for Don and his wife Caron.

Help Needed – If you would like to meet your neighbors and have a good time, come help!

  • Feb 2nd, Thursday 6pm to prepare the tenderloin, peel tators, chop onions, etc
  • Feb 3rd, Friday 5pm to help serve the food for the carry out dinners
  • Feb 3rd, Friday 6:30 to 8:30 help with clean up.  

It takes a team to serve these great meals.  Jobs are commensurate to your abilities…anybody can wash and dry dishes and we really need YOU!  

March and April dinners will be a Fish Fry.  Price will increase to $15 for adults and continue to be $5 for children.

Smothered Tenderloin, Smashed Tators, Green Beans, Corn, Dessert, Drink

Our Community, a family….

The Tebbetts United Methodist Church, the Tebbetts Odd Fellows, and the Tebbetts Community Club each thinks of our community as a family.  We care for people in our community and do our best to help those in need.  The Church works through Prison Ministries to provide Christmas gifts for children of incarcerated parents as well as organizing and providing an Easter Egg hunt and Halloween Trunk & Treat.  The Odd Fellows donate funds to several organizations which in turn provide services to people in our area.  The Community Club along with the Church and Odd Fellows have held several benefits due to fires, people in financial need and moral support.  The Community Club holds monthly dinners and the annual picnic to raise funds to maintain the buildings and grounds of the Community Center.  Join all three groups or just join one.  By becoming involved you will meet new people, help others, and possibly help yourself by feeling accomplished and making friends. 

Tebbetts Church News

Join us for a traditional worship service every Sunday at 10:15 a.m. Young children go downstairs for Sunday School after the children’s message, about 10:30 a.m.

Game night every second Friday night of the month, January 13th.
Fun for the whole family. 6:00 pm. Bring finger food and enjoy a light dinner.  Come join us in a game of cards or put together a puzzle.  There is a play area for young children.


To help make the world a better place to live in, by aiding each other, the community, the less fortunate, the youth, the elderly, and the environment in every way possible.

The Tebbetts Odd Fellows are meeting monthly. Members, please join us at the Community
Center 1 st and 3 rd Tuesdays at 7:00. If you would like to join or learn about what we do, contact one of the following members, Wilber Krogsted, Jim Brune, Vicki Deranek, or Sam Richards.

Tebbetts Community Club

The estate property of Steve Smart located east of the Community Center was purchased by the Club.  When weather allows, the land will be cleared for parking.  More details to come. 

The next Tebbetts Community Club meeting will be held at the Community Center 6pm March 14th

The 2023 Tebbetts Picnic, aka Muttonfest, will be held September 22, 23, and 24th.

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