Frankenmuth, MI–Nov 7

frankenmuthJoin us on November 7th to visit Michigan’s “Little Bavaria” with authentic European atmosphere. You will enjoy an escorted motor coach tour, a visit to River Place and a fantastic Zehnder’s chicken dinner, not to mention the worlds largest Christmas store is just a few hours up the road!

The idea of founding Frankenmuth was first fostered due to a German missionary named Frederick Wyneken working in the states of Indiana, Ohio, and Michigan. In 1840 he wrote an appeal to all the Lutherans in Germany for help, telling them of the hardships of the German pioneers in his region and of their lack of pastors, churches, and schools.

Zehnder’s of Frankenmuth is the heart of Midwestern hospitality. In its ten dining rooms, which can seat more than 1,500 guests, Zehnder’s offers a full-service menuthat features all-you-can-eat family-style chicken dinners, seafood, steaks, fresh baked goods and European desserts. Each year, Zehnder’s serves nearly a million guests with the superb hospitality that has made it a world-wide attraction.

The cost for this trip is $109, and we will be leaving from Noblesville High School at 4:00 a.m. on Saturday and should return around 2:00 a.m. on Sunday.

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