Beemerville Church holds pasta dinner

| 15 Feb 2012 | 09:17

Beemerville — Members of the Beemerville Presbyterian Church congregation will start a new tradition serving their first buffet style pasta dinner on Thursday, Sept. 29 from 5 to 7 p.m. at the Beemerville Firehouse. The Beemerville Church is famous for its annual Harvest Home Dinner, held for the past 100 years. This year, the congregation will stir up new recipes for its first pasta dinner. Spaghetti, ziti and bow ties will be served, with zesty sauce, with or without meatballs, along with salad, Italian bread, and desert. At the end of the evening, a fundraising raffle drawing will be held for a $1,000 gift card to ShopRite. Tickets for the dinner are $8 per adult, $4 per child, and can be purchased ahead of time at Mt. View Country Store, 300 Route 519, or Space Farms, 218 Route 519. Both are in Beemerville. A limited number of tickets will be available at the door. Outreach Proceeds from the dinner will help the Beemerville Presbyterian Church continue its Christian outreach and fellowship in the community. The Beemerville Firehouse is located at 227 Route 519 and is handicap accessible. Free parking is available at the Space Farms parking lot. Pasta Rev- Reverend Charles Jenkins previews the sign for the first Pasta Dinner for the Beemerville Presbyterian Church.