Irwin, North Huntingdon churches offer Lenten fish dinners
Church of The Immaculate Conception
The Church of The Immaculate Conception, 308 Second St. in Irwin, is hosting a fish fry lunch from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. beginning on Ash Wednesday and running each Friday through April 11.
The menu includes hand-breaded or baked cod fish sandwich with coleslaw and chips for $6.
Side orders of macaroni and cheese or haluski are available for $2 each. Takeouts are available.
For more information, call 724-863-6947.
St. Agnes Church
St. Agnes Church, 11400 St. Agnes Lane, North Huntingdon, is holding a fish fry from 4 to 7 p.m. on March 7, 14 and 21.
Menu items include an 8-ounce, panko hand-breaded fried cod; 8-ounce encrusted baked cod loins; and side orders of haluski, macaroni and cheese, applesauce, potato soup, french fries, pierogi, and coleslaw, which are all homemade.
Complete dinners are $8 and include one side, a roll and a choice of applesauce or coleslaw, as well as beverage and dessert.
Al a carte items are available.
Take out orders can be placed beginning at 3 p.m. by calling 724-863-7392.
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