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St. Mary's weekly fish fry a popular Friday event

| Tuesday, March 6, 2018, 2:06 p.m.
Volunteer Mike Trout fries the main dish during the St. Mary of the Assumption weekly fish fry on March 2. The dinners continue Fridays through March 23. Call ahead for take-out at 412-684-1112 to pick up in Marian Hall or use the drive-through service. The church is at 2510 Middle Road, Glenshaw.
Lou Raggiunti | For the Tribune-Review
Volunteer Mike Trout fries the main dish during the St. Mary of the Assumption weekly fish fry on March 2. The dinners continue Fridays through March 23. Call ahead for take-out at 412-684-1112 to pick up in Marian Hall or use the drive-through service. The church is at 2510 Middle Road, Glenshaw.
Hampton Area student Katie Harper serves Gerry Sekowski during the drive-through at St. Mary of the Assumption fish fry on March 2. The fish fries continue Fridays through March 23. Call ahead for take-out at 412-684-1112 to pick up in Marian Hall or use the drive-through service. The church is at 2510 Middle Road, Glenshaw.
Lou Raggiunti | For the Tribune-Review
Hampton Area student Katie Harper serves Gerry Sekowski during the drive-through at St. Mary of the Assumption fish fry on March 2. The fish fries continue Fridays through March 23. Call ahead for take-out at 412-684-1112 to pick up in Marian Hall or use the drive-through service. The church is at 2510 Middle Road, Glenshaw.
Volunteers work in an assembly line packing dinners at the St. Mary of the Assumption fish fry on March 2.
Lou Raggiunti | For the Tribune-Review
Volunteers work in an assembly line packing dinners at the St. Mary of the Assumption fish fry on March 2.
Tom Goral of Shaler enjoys a fish sandwich on March 2 at one of many fish fries throughout the Lower Valley. Blawnox will host its event on March 30.
Lou Raggiunti | For the Tribune-Review
Tom Goral of Shaler enjoys a fish sandwich on March 2 at one of many fish fries throughout the Lower Valley. Blawnox will host its event on March 30.
Volunteer Joanne Zajackowski helps keep the dessert table filled during the fish fry on March 2 at St. Mary of the Assumption in Glenshaw.
Lou Raggiunti | For the Tribune-Review
Volunteer Joanne Zajackowski helps keep the dessert table filled during the fish fry on March 2 at St. Mary of the Assumption in Glenshaw.
Volunteers pack fish dinners during the weekly fish fry at St. Mary of the Assumption on March 2.
Lou Raggiunti | For the Tribune-Review
Volunteers pack fish dinners during the weekly fish fry at St. Mary of the Assumption on March 2.
People fill Marian Hall at St. Mary of the Assumption fish fry on March 2.  The fish fries continue Fridays through March 23. Call ahead for take-out at 412-684-1112 to pick up in Marian Hall or use the drive-through service. The church is at 2510 Middle Road.
Lou Raggiunti | For the Tribune-Review
People fill Marian Hall at St. Mary of the Assumption fish fry on March 2. The fish fries continue Fridays through March 23. Call ahead for take-out at 412-684-1112 to pick up in Marian Hall or use the drive-through service. The church is at 2510 Middle Road.

St. Mary of the Assumption hosts weekly fish fries Fridays through March 23. The meals can be enjoyed either dine-in or for take-out. Call ahead for take-out at 412-684-1112 to pick up in Marian Hall or use the drive-through service. The church is at 2510 Middle Road, Glenshaw.

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