Lenten fish fry season under way around Sewickley Valley
A number of area churches and organizations are hosting fish frys during the Lenten season.
St. James Catholic Church
St. James Catholic Church, 200 Walnut St., Sewickley, will hold fish frys from 4:30 to 7 p.m. Fridays through March 29 in the school cafeteria.
Fish dinners include the entrée, two sides and a drink. Prices range from $7 to $11. Children's meals are $4.
Take-out service is available by calling 412-741-6650, ext. 406.
For more information, call 412-741-6650 or visit www.saintjames-church.com.
Leetsdale Fire Department
Leetsdale Fire Department is holding its annual fish fry every Friday through March 29 at the Veterans of Foreign War's Club, Beaver and Ferry streets, Leetsdale.
The fish frys will be held from 4:30 to 7:30 p.m. Takeouts or deliveries also are available by calling 412-716-4776. Proceeds will benefit the fire department.
St. Joseph Church
St. Joseph Church, 1313 Fifth Ave., Coraopolis, is hosting fish frys from 3:30 to 6:45 p.m. on Fridays during Lent.
Featured will be: deep fried or baked fish dinners, $10; fried shrimp dinner, $10; and macaroni and cheese dinner, $8. Dinner include coleslaw and a roll. A la carte items include fish sandwiches, macaroni and cheese, french fries, haluski and potato pancakes. Pierogies will be sold by the half or whole dozen. Weekly specials and desserts also will be featured.
Takeouts are available. For more information, call 412-264-1518.
Good Samaritan Parish
Good Samaritan Parish in Ambridge is hosting a Lenten Fish Fry on Fridays through March 22.
For more information, call 724-266-6010.
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