METHUEN — The Methuen High School Key Club is hosting a pasta dinner fundraiser later this month for the benefit of the Make-A-Wish Foundation, the national organization founded in 1980 that works to fulfill the wishes of children with life-threatening illnesses.
”I think what this year of Key Club has ultimately come down to is helping and supporting so many people,” said Emily West Geary, a Methuen High senior and president of the Key Club. “We had a discussion with all of our members and Make-A-Wish came up during the conversation. As a club, we fully believe in what this foundation stands for and we want to help be apart of the process as well as change the lives of the people involved.”
The dinner will be Monday, March 25 at the Methuen VFW at 26 River St. from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. Tickets are $10, or $35 for a family pass good for 4 or more people, and can be bought at the door. The club also will have several raffles.
The Key Club is a community service-oriented high school group associated with the Kiwanis Club and has about 50 members.
North Andover Kitchen Tourset for April 6
NORTH ANDOVER — Heartwood Kitchens and Saint Michael School PTO are sponsoring the the North Andover Kitchen Tour to be held on Saturday, April 6 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.
The tour includes six local home kitchens designed by Heartwood Kitchens, each representing a quintessential element of “The Ultimate Dinner Party.” Advance tickets: $25, Day of event; $35. Proceeds to benefit Saint Michael School PTO.
Purchase tickets online at www.SaintMichael.com. Look for the North Andover Kitchen Tour logo, or at Saint Michael Parish Office, Rose & Dove, Fisichelli’s Pastry Shop or Heartwood Kitchens. For more information contact Beth Daigle at email@example.com or 617-312-2847