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Spaghetti supper fund-raiser to benefit new park
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Tuesday, April 09, 2013 7:13 PM

PAULDING – A spaghetti supper for the public will be held at First Presbyterian Church, Paulding, on Friday evening, April 19. Doors open at 5 p.m., and delicious spaghetti with homemade sauce, tossed salad, garlic bread, and assorted desserts will be served until 7:30 pm, or until it is gone.

Carry out meals will also be available.

There will be entertainment sprinkled in to enhance your “Italian Bistro” dining experience.

A free-will donation will be accepted. All proceeds will be donated by the choir to the Herb Monroe Community Park project in Herb’s honor and memory.

The new park, being created at the previous site of the abandoned Certified gas station on the northeast corner of the courthouse square in downtown Paulding, is a project of the Leadership In Action (LIA) class of the Paulding Chamber of Commerce.

Herb Monroe, a longtime community figure, known and beloved by many, many people in Paulding, sang in the Presbyterian choir for 70 (yes, 70!) years, until shortly before his death in 2011 at the age of 98.

Bring your appetite to the Presbyterian Church, corner of Caroline and Cherry streets, Paulding, on the evening of Friday, April 19 and enjoy an Italian supper in support of a great cause.

 

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