Lions Annual Spaghetti Dinner, March 4

On Saturday, March 4, the Milford Lions Club will begin serving at their 51st annual Spaghetti Dinner.  Service starts at 4 p.m. at the Milford Sr. High School and continues until 7 p.m. The Milford High School Leos Club provides much needed service and clean up help.  Spouses and partners of Lions are on hand as well.  All members of our Lions family get involved in this enjoyable event, even though it is a long day for many of the volunteers.  Preparation of the sauce begins early Saturday morning; no canned sauce for our crowd and meatless sauce is available.  Salads, our special secret salad dressing and garlic bread are prepped during the late morning and early afternoon.  Desserts start arriving mid-afternoon.

Tickets are available at the door, but you can purchase from any Milford Lion or call 302-331-1431 to purchase ahead of time.  Adult tickets are $9.00 and Student tickets are $4.00.  Take out is available.  Make it dinner and a show by attending the High School Musical after you eat.  

 

 

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