Habitat for Humanity's Annual Spaghetti Feed

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Event# (402) 727-8771

Event Details

Habitat for Humanity will host its annual Spaghetti Feed to help support its mission. Every year, Habitat is touched by the support shown through the community by hundreds of attendees. Come join the fun and see inspirational slides of the accomplishments Habitat has made during 2006. There will be door prizes and home-baked goodies at the event. 5 - 7 p.m.

Habitat for Humanity's Annual Spaghetti Feed

Address : Trinity Lutheran Church - 1546 North Luther Road Fremont NE
Phone : (402) 727-8771   (Always call and confirm events.)

Admission Fee : $5 (Children under 5 are free)


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