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03/08/2012 – Spaghetti Dinner

Spaghetti Dinner

March 8th 2012

13 Co Rt 45 Hastings, NY

5-7 pm

Dine in / Take out

Call: 315.668.8823

Meal includes: Spaghetti, Sausage, Meatballs, Salad, Italian Bread, Dessert, Coffee, Tea and Milk

 

$7.00 Adults

$5.00 6-10 yrs

Free for 5 and under

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