Galoshes were the footwear of choice Saturday evening because of a sudden snow squall, but with Hungarian goulash on the menu at Calvin United Church of Christ, a crowd did not hesitate to make tracks for the traditional treat.

Bishop Bela Poznan, leader of the parish, provided an additional warm welcome in the church's Kings Highway hall, where he and Associate Pastor Tibor Kiraly offered a blessing as kitchen volunteers brought forth large bowls of both Hungarian venison and beef gulyas (goulash in English) for the gathering.

The main course was followed by more Hungarian fare -- walnut and poppy seed roll slices.

The event also featured a raffle with prizes like restaurant certificates, car washes, wine and massages.