Roseville Spaghetti Feed Benefit September 22
On Saturday, September 22 in Roseville the Eagles Hall will host a community Spaghetti Feed. All proceeds to benefit the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society. The event will feature a no host bar, live auction, raffle, music and door prizes.
Saturday September 22
6:00 PM - 11:00 PM
210 Lincoln St, Roseville
$20 for adults
$10 for kids 12 and under
(you may also purchase a table of 6 for $100)
Need not be present to win raffle prizes
Raffle tickets $1 a piece, $5 for 6 tickets, $10 for 12 and $20 for 25.
For more information or to purchase tickets contact
Erin Renshaw (916) 847-3723, Susie Padilla (916) 343-1915
Becki Burke (916) 316-6005 or Trish Stojkovich (916) 521-7084
About Fraternal Order of Eagles
The Roseville chapter of the Fraternal Order of Eagles was chartered in March of 1907.At one time the membership in the Roseville Eagles numbered in the hundreds. The railroad was the major source of employment in the area and apparently the Forman of the railroad required all the men to join the Eagles and deducted their dues from their weekly paychecks. Many of the town leaders, including the Chief of Police were members. The Saturday night dinners and dances were the center of the social scene in Roseville for many years.
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