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Civitans spaghetti feast April 10

Pete Prunkl for the Salisbury Civitans

Get ready for the sauce everyone raves about! Mark your calendar for Friday, April 10. That’s the day everyone in Salisbury and Rowan County gathers at the Salisbury Civic Center for the annual Civitan Club of Salisbury Spaghetti Feast.

It’s a true spaghetti feast: al dente spaghetti, secret sauce, toasted garlic bread, nutritious salad with dressing of your choice, dessert and a drink. The price is $8 and tickets are available from any Salisbury Civitan Club member or at the door. Lunch begins at 11 a.m. and continues until 2 p.m. The Civitans return for dinner with doors open at 5 p.m. Dinner is served until 7:30 p.m. Come for either lunch or dinner with your children and all of them under age 6 eat free. Takeouts are available for lunch and dinner.

Employers, want to treat your employees to a fabulous spaghetti lunch? For orders of ten meals or more, club members will deliver lunch to your office or factory door. Call Karen Jones at 704-633-5636 or Nathan Dickert at 704-223-7000 for more information or to order.

Spaghetti Feast is a community outing for a good cause. Proceeds go towards helping children with developmental disabilities and local projects. That’s Special Olympics, The ARC of Rowan, Civitan Research Center and Victory Junction Camp. In addition, the local Salisbury club awards over $14,000 in scholarships to high school and college students, hosts Rowan County teachers of the year, honors area clergy and salutes Rowan County heroes and Good Samaritans.

With more than 120 members, the Civitan Club of Salisbury is one of the largest and most active Civitan Clubs in the world. The club was chartered in 1922 and this is our 93rd year of helping others. The club meets every Thursday for lunch at the Country Club of Salisbury. New members are always welcome. For information on membership, come to the Spaghetti Feast — it is the best way to see our fellowship in action.

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