Leave dinner up to the High School's Habitat for Humanity Club on Friday, April 16, and join us for a drive-thru spaghetti supper.
By Claire Thompson '21
Every year the Habitat for Humanity Club hosts a spaghetti supper to raise funds to build a home for a family in need, but this year will look a little different. The Habitat for Humanity Club will host a drive-thru version of the annual spaghetti supper from 2 to 6 p.m. Friday, April 16. Families can preorder their meals now.
The meal includes a take and bake layered pasta dish, garlic bread, and fresh salad with a serving size of four people, and a cookie dessert for four. Each meal is $25, and extra donations can be made to the club through the registration link. Drive-thru pickup details will be sent to registrants.
All of the proceeds will go to 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. Vegetarian and gluten-free options are available, as well as a regular beef option.
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