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Spaghetti dinner in Batavia to support youth mission trip

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  • St. Peter High School Youth Ministry will travel to Appalachia on spring break to serve on the ROCK Mission Team. Team members include: first row, from left, Will Hince, Nicole Collins, Frances Siciliano, Becca Spitzig, Steven Prush, Jeff Mills and Courtney Falls; and back row, Rachel Spitzig, Kelly Gordon, Aaron Volk and Emily Wulfkuhle.

      St. Peter High School Youth Ministry will travel to Appalachia on spring break to serve on the ROCK Mission Team. Team members include: first row, from left, Will Hince, Nicole Collins, Frances Siciliano, Becca Spitzig, Steven Prush, Jeff Mills and Courtney Falls; and back row, Rachel Spitzig, Kelly Gordon, Aaron Volk and Emily Wulfkuhle.
    Courtesy of St. Peter Church

 
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The Knights of Columbus Council 2191 are sponsoring a spaghetti dinner from 5 to 8 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 27 at the Knights of Columbus Hall, 1117 N. Washington St. (Route 25) in Batavia.

It will benefit the St. Peter ROCK Mission Team's trip to serve the people of Appalachia in Kermit, West Virginia.

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The teens who participate in this trip are members of St. Peter High School Youth Ministry.

You can obtain tickets at a discounted rate by contacting Mary Kay at (630) 232-9026 or marykay@cgtekinc.com.

Advance tickets are $10 for age 10 through adult, $5 for age 3-9, or free for kids under age 3. These tickets will be held at the door.

Tickets at the door are $12, $7 for age 3 to 9, and free for kids under age 3.

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