Spaghetti supper moves to Fitch Bay

Stanstead Journal - - FORUM - Vic­to­ria Vanier

Therewill be a home­made spaghetti supper with all the fix­ings served this Satur­day at 5:00 pm, at St. Ephrem Church in Fitch Bay, to raise money for Re­lay for Life, the fundrais­ing ini­tia­tive that raises money for can­cer re­search.

A group of vol­un­teers who call them­selves the “Young and Old” will be serv­ing spaghetti with a choice of sauces, in­clud­ing a veg­e­tar­ian op­tion, Cae­sar Salad, bread and a huge va­ri­ety of desserts. “You don’t have to be on a team and take part in the walk to raise money for Re­lay for Life. We just wanted to do what we could,” said Brenda Pha­neuf who or­ga­nizes the event along with her hus­band Bill Pha­neuf and Bruce and Deb­bie Smith. “We also have a big crew of helpers,” said Mrs. Pha­neuf.

Last year the group held a spaghetti supper for this cause in Beebe. “We held it at the church but that church has been sold so we’re hav­ing it in Fitch Bay. I don’t know where we’d go if we didn’t have a church to hold the supper in,” said Brenda with some con­cern.

Al­most one hun­dred tick­ets have been sold in ad­vance for the event and peo­ple can also buy their tick­ets at the door.

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