Coats for Kids dinner Dec. 6 at Bernardo’s

G et a warm fuzzy feeling from giving a warm fuzzy feeling.

The Granville Rotary Club will host their annual Spirit of Christmas or Christmas Wish dinner at Bernardo’s Monday, Dec. 6.

The spaghetti dinner features spaghetti with sauce, garlic bread, salad to eat in or take out. The spaghetti fundraiser will be held from 5 until 8 p.m. with seatings at 5, 6:15 and 7:15 p.m.

Takeout meals are $6, with eat-in service available for $5. Rotary members will work the floor at Bernardo’s serving dinner during the evening.

Funds raised at the annual dinner go toward giving needed clothes such as winter boots, mittens and winter coats to children in Granville who belong to families in need.

The group concentrates on children from the school district in grades K-6 providing for kids who have been identified anonymously.

The fundraiser dinner brings in about 50 percent of the funding needed to assist the approximately 75 children the Rotary and other donors help out each year.

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