Fathers from the Alcuin School Dads' Club helped host the Annual Spaghetti Dinner which drew more than 500 attendees.
Alcuin School’s 6th Annual Spaghetti Dinner and Family Fun Night was a huge success drawing a record crowd of more than 500 attendees for a wonderful evening of fellowship and fun in the school’s gym, which was transformed into a bustling Italian bistro on Jan. 26. The annual family gathering was indeed a “bella notte,” hosted by the Alcuin School Parents' and Dads' Clubs. The event was catered by Campisi's Restaurant with Italian gelato from Pacuigo. The Italian feast not only included a traditional pasta dinner, but also the full accoutrements of a spaghetti warehouse found in Little Italy.
Guest chefs and servers included members from both clubs, along with the help of Head of School, Walter Sorensen. Children also got a chance to try their luck at the bingo tables and make fun crafts and pose for commemorative photos. Each year, the Spaghetti Dinner continues to grow in popularity making it a much-anticipated winter tradition for the entire Alcuin School community.
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