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All You Can Eat
Saturday, September 6, 2014
4:00 - 8:00 PM
Behind EG Nicks
Rain or Shine
$7.50 Adults presale
Kids 12 and under FREE
when accompanied by an adult
The Saturday night Spaghetti Dinner in the Park is back at the Fall Fest for the 7th year and it is better than ever! This year’s event will take place on Saturday, September 8, 2012 from 4PM to 8PM, rain or shine.
Dinner for adults is ALL YOU CAN EAT AND DRINK. It consists of mostaccioli pasta with a choice of authentic Italian meat or marinara sauce made by Dago Joe’s Old School Gourmet Italian Food, the same outfit that made the wildly popular sauce last year! Also included is a tossed salad with Italian dressing, garlic bread, a huge chocolate chip cookie, a 16oz bottle of spring water and all you can drink coffee, decaf or tea. The dinner is prepared and served by members of the Rotary Club of Plymouth A.M. (the morning Rotary club!)
New this year: KIDS 12 AND YOUNGER EAT FREE when accompanied by an adult. Dinner tickets for adults are $7.50 if purchased in advance from any member of the morning Rotary at www.plymouthrotaryam.org or by calling 734 455-5810 or at the Fall Fest Dinner Ticket booth at Penniman and Main Street. Adult tickets are $9.00 if purchased the day of the event. On Saturday, Sept 8th, tickets may be purchased at the Spaghetti Dinner tent from 12 noon to closing.
Also New this year: the Spaghetti Dinner has GONE GREEN! All of the cartons, cups, dining utensils and carriers are completely biodegradable. Even the “plastic” water glasses will dissolve in the ground in 48 hours or less.
In years past, most of the proceeds from the Spaghetti Dinner were earmarked for the construction of The Miracle League of Plymouth baseball field. That Field, once the Club’s great dream, is now a reality! It is located in the recreation area behind Central Middle School. As promised, The Miracle League field now serves as a playground for youngsters in wheelchairs, on crutches or with other mobility issues and for those with visual and hearing impairments, autism and other special needs.
Proceeds from this year’s Dinner will be used to provide scholarships for youngsters who have overcome major challenges in order to graduate from high school; additional special needs equipment for the youngsters at Tanger Center; cheer for over 200 seniors at the Annual Senior Christmas Dinner; and Rotary Shelter Boxes for Emergency Relief in places like Haiti and Pakistan and wherever and whenever disasters strike.
The Spaghetti Dinner Tent is located in the Northeast corner of Kellogg Park on Union Street between Ann Arbor Trail and Penniman Ave. An Italian Street Café will await you there.
Founded in 1996, The Rotary Club of Plymouth A.M. is one of Plymouth’s youngest service clubs. Members actually enjoy getting up early each Tuesday morning and having a good time together over breakfast. Meetings take place from 7AM to 815AM at the Plymouth Community Arts Council building at Sheldon and Junction. Individuals who subscribe to an attitude of “Service Above Self” are welcomed and invited to attend.
The group focuses much of its local attention, and the majority of its fund-raising efforts, on assistance programs for seniors and for youth and children in the Plymouth-Canton community – especially those with physical limitations and other challenges. Early in their existence the A.M. Rotary adopted the 200+ special needs youngsters and their teachers at Tanger School as the club’s on-going beneficiaries
Encouraged by the response to their Spaghetti Dinner in their first few years of operation, the A.M. Rotary is proud to have become a permanent fixture at the Fall Festival. This dinner is one of their most important means of raising awareness about and funding for their many community-focused and international PeaceThrough Service projects and undertakings.
For additional information about Plymouth Rotary A.M., please contact Kate Rosevear at 734 455-5810.
Visit the Rotary Web Site