Wednesday, December 7, 2022

Get Your Spaghetti on Tonight at the Whitesboro Grange

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The following is an announcement from the Whitesboro Grange:


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The good news is, you don’t have to cook dinner Saturday night (August 6)!  Nope.  Leave the pans in the cupboard because we’ll be doing the cooking.  Why, you ask?  Well because Whitesboro Grange, located at 32510 Navarro Ridge Rd. in Albion will be hosting its bi-monthly Spaghetti Dinner at the Grange night from 4 – 7 pm, that’s why!

Where else can you go to feed a family of four for under $100 nowadays and get all the salad, spaghetti, garlic bread and dessert you can eat?  This is a real bargain at only $10 a person (adults),  $5 for children 6-12, and FREE for children under 6.  There’s even a vegetarian option for those who prefer meatless.

All funds raised from our Spaghetti Nights and Pancake Breakfasts go to support local families in need and community service organizations such as the Albion-Little River Fire Department, Project Sanctuary, Redwood Coast Senior Center, 4-H, Hospitality House, Veterans and local food banks.

We’re looking forward to seeing you Saturday!


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