The Clinton Lions Club and Clinton Chamber of Commerce are planning a benefit spaghetti dinner on Saturday, November 24 at the United Methodist Church in Clinton to help raise money to assist Patty Louise, the owner and editor of the Waterville Times, who is battling breast cancer.
Patty has been the epitome of "selfless service" to the community for many years. She expanded her news coverage after the Clinton Courier went out of business, so Clinton would have a newspaper, she has been a college instructor, she even helped coach Pop Warner football, and so the team could participate, and was also a key committee lead for the Hockeyville event in Clinton.
Les LaBrecque from the Clinton Lions Club sat down with Jason Powles on NewsTalk to discuss the event.
Saturday, Nov. 24
5 p.m. to 8 p.m.
$8 per person
Children six and under $4
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