15th Annual Spaghetti Feed helps fund Yakima County Search and Rescue
YAKIMA, Wash.-- If you haven't had dinner yet, head down to the Yakima Fire Department's annual spaghetti feed, happening Tuesday night.
This week is Fire Prevention Week, which also marks the 15th Annual Spaghetti Feed. It's an "all you can eat" dinner of home-made spaghetti, salad and garlic bread.
At this year's event they're doing something new, Yakima Fire is teaming up with the Yakima County Sheriff's Search and Rescue team.
"Search and Rescue they do some fantastic things, they go out and they save lives so they can use a little bit of help," said Ron Melcher, deputy fire marshal, Yakima Fire Department.
Proceeds from Tuesday's dinner will go towards Search and Rescue. An adult ticket is $5. It's $3 for seniors and children under 12. The spaghetti feed is held at Fire Station 91 on Front street and runs until 7:30 Tuesday night.