CLARKSBURG, W.Va. (WDTV) - Harrison County Senior Center hosted Sunday's spaghetti luncheon and expected quite a large turnout this year.
Last year, 101 tickets were sold to guests and the proceeds went directly back to the cafe that makes the dishes. They also host a coin show at the same time which draws in extra guests. This year, organizers were hoping for an even bigger turnout than last year.
Bill O'Field said, "The seniors enjoy our Sunday dinners. Hopefully one day we can do them on a regular basis. In the mean-time we can do these fundraising events with our wonderful volunteers."
A raffle for a chance to win a ceramic Christmas tree was also apart of the events.