To the editor:
Milroy Lions Club is starting their fall and winter spaghetti dinners.
We had a very successful season last year and we hope for that same success this year.
The first dinner this year is to be held from 4-7 p.m. on Sept. 20 at the White Memorial Church fellowship hall on Main Street, Milroy.
As in the past we will be giving the net profit to some individual or group with a special need.
The proceeds from this first dinner are being directed to the Paula Glick Fisher agility fund. This fund was started by a group of people close to Paula's situation who want to allow the general public to assist in this trying situation.
Paula is a young widow facing the untimely death of her husband "Jake" Fisher.
Paula was born with spina bifida and Jake assisted her in many ways. Their life consisted of a full time job, a produce livestock and general farming operation. In addition to that they recently opened a retail store.
This fund is to help in obtaining equipment to assist Paula in her mobility.
Paula always describes herself as handicapable. Handicapped isn't a term that she uses.
Paula's involvement in public service is known by many. She spearheaded many fund raisers as a young woman. We remember her dedicated commitment to any cause she put her mind to.
I am asking the public to support this very worthy endeavor.
Again I want to state that the dinner will be held 4-7 p.m. on Sept. 20 at the White Memorial Church Fellowship Hall, Main Street, Milroy. Take outs available. Price of meal is donations only. We will also accept cash donations to this fund.
Please mark your calendars now. Coming soon.
Frank A. Bonson
Member Milroy Lions Club