Annual St. Patrick's spaghetti supper Feb. 19
McCOOK, Neb. -- Mix a bit of tradition with a bit of something new and you have St. Patrick Church's annual spaghetti dinner, which is Sunday, Feb. 19, from 5-7 p.m. at the Knights of Columbus Hall (308 East Ninth).
In its 28th year, the all-you-can-eat spaghetti dinner includes homemade meatballs and beer cheese sauce, in addition to the traditional marinara and meat sauces.
The cost of the dinner, which also includes salad, drinks and dessert, is $7 for adults and $3 for children ages 6-12. Children 5 and under are free. No pre-paid dinner tickets are available; dinner is just paid at the door.
The St. Pat's art classes also will be selling ceramic art projects at the dinner, with proceeds split between supplies for the St. Pat's art department and the McCook Food Pantry.
The evening also includes a raffle with prizes for kids and adults. Girls can opt for an American Girl "Gabriella" Doll, while the boys' prize is a set of Beats Solo2 Headphones. The "adult" prizes are a 12-foot kayak with life-jacket, oar and a guided kayaking tour by Marty Hughes; a 12-foot oak gun cabinet owned by Tom Conroy; a $200 Willow Creek Meats gift card; and a $40 Sehnert's Bakery gift card. Of course, you can sign up for whichever prize drawing you would like and you need not be present to win a raffle prize.
Raffle tickets are currently available and may be purchased by contacting the St. Patrick church office at 345-6734.