Church in Pierce County's ice cream socials resume after flood clean-up
ROCK ELM--Something other than ice cream was churning on the lower level of the Rock Elm United Methodist Church in February.
It was high water and its presence led to a delay in the annual summer socials with the hand-churned ice cream the church is known for until this past Thursday. A pipe broke, causing damage estimated to be approaching $60,000, said Fred Koehler, chairman of the church's administrative board.
"There was a foot-and-a-half of water down there," Koehler said Wednesday.
Read more in the print version of the Herald July 25.