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Rotary spaghetti dinners take on new focus

Monthly dinners will benefit different charities to show where dollars go

Rotarians Pam Fallesen, left, Harlow Kisselstein, second from left, Dave Horan, second from right, and Bob Craig prepare to serve spaghetti dinners at the First United Methodist Church where the Rotary Club of Baldwinsville hosts a fundraiser dinner the first Wednesday of every month October through May each year. The first dinner will start a little later on Wednesday, Oct. 12, and will feature a 50/50 raffle to benefit the Volunteer Center's Thanksgiving baskets.

Rotarians Pam Fallesen, left, Harlow Kisselstein, second from left, Dave Horan, second from right, and Bob Craig prepare to serve spaghetti dinners at the First United Methodist Church where the Rotary Club of Baldwinsville hosts a fundraiser dinner the first Wednesday of every month October through May each year. The first dinner will start a little later on Wednesday, Oct. 12, and will feature a 50/50 raffle to benefit the Volunteer Center's Thanksgiving baskets.

— The Rotary Club of Baldwinsville is part of a network of community service clubs that make up Rotary International. Over 33,000 clubs worldwide also host fundraisers so they can support their local communities’ needs and participate in international projects like fighting illiteracy, the efforts to eradicate polio, providing clean water and much more. Visit rotarydistrict7150.org for more information.

The Rotary Club of Baldwinsville meets Wednesdays at the First United Methodist Church of Baldwinsville on Charlotte Street. The first Wednesday of the month is a breakfast meeting at 7:30 a.m. and the rest of the month is lunch at 12:15 p.m. Anyone interested in learning more about Rotary is invited to attend or find us on Facebook.

Lizzy Flinn-Brown is the Baldwinsville Rotary Club’s public relations chairperson.

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