Photo gallery: St. Alexis Parish fish fry
St. Alexis Parish has a fish fry each Friday during Lent except for Good Friday to raise money for its youth ministry.
Dinner is available from 4:30 to 7:30 p.m. in the cafeteria at St. Alexis School, 10090 Old Perry Highway in McCandless. The menu includes a choice of baked cod or the “King Cod,” fresh-battered fried fish; two side dishes; rolls; a homemade dessert of the diner's choice; and a drink. There are no drinks with takeout meals.
The cost is $9 for adults, $6 for children younger than 10 and free for children younger than 3. Sandwiches are $6, and soup and a roll is $3, including Boston clam chowder, new this year.
Parking spaces for people with disabilities or who are picking up takeout orders are available behind the cafeteria. Takeout meals may be ordered by calling 724-401-1FRY after 3:30 on fish-fry days or going to stalexis.org.
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