St. Francis of Assisi Catholic Church
7075 Ashworth Path, West Diverses Moines
The Knights of Columbus fish fry shall happen all six Fridays from 5:30 to 7:15 p.m. when you look at the parish hallway. Dinner includes fried pollock, cooked salmon, cooked potatoes, french fries, cheese pizza, mac and cheese, blended veggies, coleslaw and breadsticks. Beverages consist of iced tea, lemonade and water. Sweets are really a la carte and profits benefit the St. Francis of Assisi Scouts.
Cost: ten dollars grownups; $5 young ones 6-12; young ones under 6, free.
St. Elizabeth Seton Church
2566 Scotch Ridge Path, Carlisle
The St. Elizabeth Seton Knights of Columbus will hold Lenten seafood fries on three Fridays вЂ” March 6 and 20, and April 3 from 5 to 7 p.m. in the church fellowship hallway. The menu includes cooked and deep-fried seafood fillets, coleslaw, a baked potato or casino chips, rolls, coffee, and lemonade. Sweets will likely to be available from the St. Elizabeth Seton women Guild. Carryout dinners are available. A few of the profits would be donated to your Carlisle highschool Dollars for Scholars scholarship program.
Cost: ten dollars grownups; $5 young ones 6-11; young ones under 5, totally free.
Al Snyder, a trustee using the Knights of Columbus council 644, fries up a container of catfish nuggets Friday, March 20, 2015, in the church’s regular lenten seafood fry at Bascilica of St. John in Diverses Moines. Organizers said about 160 pounds of seafood are fried or baked up each week for the dinner. (Picture: Michael Zamora/The Enroll)
St. Joseph’s Catholic Church
3300 Easton Blvd., Des Moines
The Knights of Columbus seafood fry is hosted by Knights of Columbus Council No. 10980 for several six Fridays throughout the Lenten season from 5 to 7 p.m. Continue reading