DOLGEVILLE, N.Y. ---The parking lot for the Dolgeville Rod & Gun Club was packed with residents coming to support their neighbors in need.
A spaghetti dinner benefit was held to support Dolgeville residents affected by the Halloween floods.
Flooding devasted countless homes on Halloween night after the area received overwhelming amounts of water.
Local businesses donated hundreds of items to be used in Saturday's raffle.
On top of the raffle, there was music as well as a Chinese auction.
The organizers of the benefit said that the community is on the path to recovery, but still in need.
"We are a community that will come together for anybody, we are here for each other. I hope that we can raise enough money to give them a little bit of help. People are starting from scratch, so I want this to be a little bit of help for people to start over," said benefit organizer Misty Bowen.
The dinner lasted from 3-7 pm. The tickets for the dinner were 10 dollars. Raffle ticket prices started at 1 dollar.