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Frankfort UMC Youth Group Spaghetti Dinner!

New Frankfort Youth Group hosts a Spaghetti Dinner, Sunday, Nov. 11, 4-6pm. Please join us for a good meal and a good cause! Tickets at the door. Adults $10; Children $7; under 3; free.

Our community’s youth is our greatest asset! Frankfort United Methodist Church is proud to be starting a new youth group program. In order to build this program, we are hosting a spaghetti dinner fundraiser to create a comfortable,  welcoming room for the group to meet in; as well as fund upcoming local and global mission projects. Our youth will prepare, and serve our guests at the spaghetti dinner. Please join us for a good meal and a good cause!

This youth group will focus on fellowship, activities, and missions that will benefit our community and beyond. Our youth program is open to 5th grade through high school age youth  throughout the community, regardless of religious affiliation.

As parents; we value our children’s development and feel that being part of a youth group will build lasting relationships with their peers, as well as strengthen their faith in God. We hope you will join us Sunday, November 11 from 4-6pm for a good meal and a good cause!
Tickets will be available at the door; or may be purchased from any Frankfort UMC youth member. Adults $10; Children $7; under 3; free.

For Information please contact: administrator@frankfort-umc.org

We are grateful to these sponsors for contributing to help make our Youth Group's first fundraiser a success!

Parmesan’s Restaurant:       10235 West Lincoln Highway in Frankfort
Ambrosino’s Italian Food:   20495 South La Grange Road in Frankfort
Walt's Food Centers:           20825 S. La Grange Road in Frankfort 

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