Serving up spaghetti for the Food Bank

Owner and chief cook at Sam’s Pizza and Rib House, Doreen Landry, was kept busy serving up plates of spaghetti

Doreen Landry was kept busy serving up plates of spaghetti on Monday

Owner and chief cook at Sam’s Pizza and Rib House, Doreen Landry, was kept busy serving up plates of spaghetti Monday, Nov. 18. The spaghetti dinner raised aid for the Barriere Food Bank, and was very well attended.  Thanks to sponsors; Mitchell’s Beef, who donated the beef used in the sauce, The Grocery People, who donated 20 pounds of spaghetti, Van Houten, who donated the coffee and the volunteers who were on hand to serve everyone who came.

Also received was a cheque for $300 from Interior Savings Credit Union.  Their donation, along with the $1484.56 raised from the dinner itself, brings the total raised for the Food Bank to $1784.56, plus numerous donations of items.

“Everything went very smoothly this year,” stated Sam’s Pizza owner Doreen Landry, “and the very last order taken finished off the last of the spaghetti.”

 

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