The annual spaghetti dinner is an important fundraiser for the Doylestown American Legion post.
For decades, the Doylestown American Legion has sponsored community events from the Easter Egg Hunt to Legion baseball to scholarships for high school students. Now, it's time to refill the coffers so those programs can continue. A spaghetti dinner will be held at the Legion hall on North Street on Saturday, Feb. 23, 2013, from 4 to 8 p.m., or until sold out. The menu includes spaghetti, meatballs, sausage, garlic bread and dessert; coffee, tea and milk also will be available. Adults $8; children 6-12 $4; children under 6 are free. Takeout is $8 a plate. It's one of the organization's most import fundraisers. Other upcoming fundraisers include a ham raffle and a pancake breakfast. Legion vets will sell tickets for a ham raffle at the state…
The dinner Saturday night will raise money to support the annual Easter Egg hunt, scholarship program and more.
- VOLUNTEERS IN THE NEWS
- Sarah Larson
Thursday, February 9, 2012
A spaghetti dinner at the Doylestown American Legion hall on Saturday will raise money to support the chapter's programs and community events. From the popular annual Easter Egg hunt on the grounds of Fonthill to the Legion-sponsored baseball team, the Legion members have dedicated much time and effort to the Doylestown community. Now, they hope the community will turn out to support them. "Years ago, we used to have turkey dinners," said Dell Campbell, commander of the Doylestown Legion post. "They were kind of legendary in the area, but as the membership aged, we weren’t able to do that any more." "One of our members suggested we try a spaghetti dinner," he continued, adding that most people like spaghetti. "It's kind of universal." …