Drive-thru Spaghetti Supper postponed

The High School Habitat for Humanity Club has postponed its annual dinner due to this week's inclement weather. This event will be rescheduled for a later date.
By Claire Thompson '21

Given a full week away from campus with a holiday, snow day, and remote learning, the High School Habitat for Humanity Club will reschedule its drive-thru Spaghetti Supper for a later date.

The Habitat for Humanity Club has organized a drive-thru take and bake version of its annual Spaghetti Supper fundraiser for families to enjoy on Wednesday, February 24. Be on the lookout for more details and registration information in the coming weeks. 

The annual Spaghetti Supper raises funds for the USN Habitat for Humanity Club with the goal of raising money for USN students to help build a home for a deserving Nashville family. Habitat for Humanity is a nonprofit that helps foster stronger communities by providing affordable housing and financial advising. The USN Habitat for Humanity Club contributes annually to this venerable nonprofit, both through donations and a home build in the spring.
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    • The annual Habitat for Humanity Spaghetti Supper will be a drive-thru take and bake this year instead of taking place in the Sperling Cafeteria as pictured in January 2020.

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