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Spaghetti dinner for Taylor Schutz family this Saturday

October 1, 2012

Photo submitted – Pictured above are the members of the Ridgway Elks No. 872 making 1,200 meatballs in preparation for this Saturday's spaghetti dinner for the "Schutz Family Benefit: Remembering Taylor." Shown are Francis Viglione, Kevin Anstrom and Elk County Sheriff Jeff Krieg.

This Saturday's spaghetti dinner for the "Schutz Family Benefit: Remembering Taylor," is being put on by the Ridgway Elks and the Elk County Sheriff's Department headed up by Sheriff Jeff Krieg and J.R. Geitner, manager of the Ridgway Elks.
The event is being held at the St. Marys Moose Club on Saturday, Oct. 6 from 2 p.m. until the food is sold out. Patrons may eat-in or carryout. Delivery to businesses and takeouts are available by calling 594-3688.
There is also a bake sale which will be going on while dinner is being served. A Chinese auction will also be featured with a lot of great prizes.
Also, there will be a game of chance for autographed footballs, one by Michael Vick of the Philadelphia Eagles and another by Ben Roethlisberger of the Pittsburgh Steelers.
All proceeds will be donated to the Taylor Schutz family.

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