Who doesn’t remember fondly the kind of Sunday dinners mom or grandma used to cook? The rice and chicken, the ham, the macaroni and cheese, the peas, the green beans and the fresh tomato slices the size of saucers, just to name a few of the good things you might have found on the table…and that doesn’t even include desserts. As the March 10 Woman’s Club Country Dinner proved, that kind of good old-fashioned country cooking is not a lost art. It is, however, a labor-intensive art, and many of the club members worked hard from morning until just before dinner time that Thursday to cook up all the marvelous food. Then, some of the talented cooks stayed another two hours, joined by other members who arrived to help serve the folks who had bought dinner tickets. That doesn’t even count the ones who set up the tables and decorated the clubhouse. Every Woman’s Club member participated in some way. The club made about $1100 on the event.