CLEAR FORK VALLEY — The community is sponsoring a spaghetti dinner April 1 at the Butler Elementary School to benefit resident Deb Agin.
The dinner will be from 2 to 6 p.m., and will be followed by an auction. The events will raise funds for demolition of Agin’s existing house. She is going to replace her house with one built by an Amish crew.
The dinner and auction will be a “community effort” for Agin. She works at Stoodt’s Market in Bellville, and had previously worked at Hitchman’s in Butler.
Donations for the auction will be accepted at the home of Roger and Sheila Oswalt, 1899 Wagner Rd. They also can be dropped off on the day of the benefit from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Butler school.
Auction items can be gently used or new items, baked goods or theme baskets. Monetary donations can also be made at the Richland Bank to the Deb Agin benefit account.
People with questions can call Sheila Oswalt at 419-631-3536 or Ken Kinley at 419-564-8278.
The house Agin is having demolished was built in 1880, said Kinley, who is Butler mayor. The benefit has been announced at area churches.