(WLNS) — The United Way of Jackson County served up heaping plates of spaghetti for their annual fundraiser on Thursday.
The non-profit’s CEO Ken Toll told 6 News, that the spaghetti dinner is a tradition that pre-dates his time with United Way and goes back at least 30 years.
For $7 area families are treated to a generous helping of homemade spaghetti, a side salad, garlic bread, and dessert.
Volunteers delivered pre-ordered meals during the day, and later on they welcomed the public to sit down and enjoy their spaghetti with others at The Salvation Army on Pearl St.
Toll says the chefs have been making the same secret recipe for years, and the Jackson area just can’t get enough of it.
Money raised from Thursday’s fundraiser will go to local food pantries and youth programs.
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