Fall is nearing once again, and that means it is time for the annual fall casserole sale held by the Humane Society to raise money.

The event, held twice per year, is only one of the fundraisers held by the Humane Society, which also include a gun raffle, rummage sale, and bake sale. The Casserole Sale and other fundraisers pay for food, medical bills, and other needs for the shelter animals.

There are always many different homemade casseroles to choose from.

“There's shrimp étouffée, chicken étouffée, and shrimp and grits as well,” noted Humane Society President Tom Thrower.

Other casserole offerings include chicken fettuccini and black eyed pea.

Casseroles are homemade and sold at Christ Episcopal Church. Those cooking for the sale can drop off their frozen casseroles at the church office at 204 South Locust Street from 9:00 a.m. to noon October 9 through October 11. The casseroles can also be brought to the church hall at 7:45 a.m. the day of the sale.

The sale will be held Saturday, October 13, from 8:00 a.m. until 12:00 p.m. or whenever they are sold out.

Thrower encourages everyone to come by and purchase one of the many delicious homemade casseroles and help raise funds for the Morehouse Humane Society.