Spaghetti Feed Gets Cooking

Bringing Santa to town in September, a Labor Day parade attraction holds its appeal this weekend as a dinner fundraiser for Black Diamond’s “Hometown Christmas,” a December event. ~By D’Ann Tedford
Bringing Santa to town in September, a Labor Day parade attraction holds its appeal this weekend as a dinner fundraiser for Black Diamond’s “Hometown Christmas,” a December event. ~By D’Ann Tedford

A Spaghetti Feed Dinner and Dance Fundraiser is being held at Black Diamond Eagles Hall this Saturday, Sept. 15.  The general public is invited to the five-hour program where all proceeds go toward supporting the children’s holiday event, “Hometown Christmas.”

Dinner is served from 4:30 to 7:30 p.m. It includes spaghetti with garlic bread, salad, brownies and a variety of drinks including tea and lemonade. Cost is $15 for adults; only cash is accepted. There is no cost for children under age five. Live music and dancing from 8:00 to 10:00 p.m. features Lincoln Pinn. An array of appealing raffle items will be on display for purchase. Those proceeds also go to support “Hometown Christmas” on December 8.

A donation to provide dinner for someone else is encouraged for those who cannot personally attend. Those donations can be sent to Black Diamond Historical Society, the sponsor of both Spaghetti Feed and Hometown Christmas, at PO Box 232, 98010. Further information regarding Spaghetti Feed Dinner and Dance Fundraiser is available from Black Diamond Historical Society treasurer, Sherrie Evans, at sherrie.evans@comcast.net.