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DOES Chicken Spaghetti Feast For Kids

DOES Chicken Spaghetti Feast For Kids

Residents of the Falls filled their bellies with Chicken Spaghetti Tuesday afternoon to benefit young ones.

The benevolent, Patriotic Order of DOES of the United States hosted a Spring Feast fundraiser at the Elks Lodge.

Crowd goers were given plates of chicken spaghetti, rolls, salad and a dessert for $8.

We spoke with The Publicity Chairman of the DOES Event who tells us just how much you're getting for your money.

"Instead of handing me a dollar bill, come in here and spend ten dollars and eat the best spaghetti you've ever eaten, the best salad you've ever had, the best homemade desserts you've ever had with coffee, tea, or water and get something for your ten dollars besides helping your community and enjoy yourself." said Publicity Chairman Leslie Richards.

Proceeds from the event go to multiple children's health organizations and medical institutions that serve the children of North Texas.

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