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Pilot Club Spaghetti Dinner & Auction a tasty success

AUCTIONEER for the event was Patrick Kelly, well known radio personality, at right. Also helping were Jerry Fallin and Rojean Norris. In this photo, two of the auction items appear: a stainless gas BBQ cooker at left, and a handmade quilt at right.
AUCTIONEER for the event was Patrick Kelly, well known radio personality, at right. Also helping were Jerry Fallin and Rojean Norris. In this photo, two of the auction items appear: a stainless gas BBQ cooker at left, and a handmade quilt at right.

NORTH CHANNEL – Several hundred people gathered at the Baldree Center on Corpus Christi last Saturday, for a delicious spaghetti dinner, tasty desserts, a silent auction, a live auction, and a raffle.

The ladies of the San Jacinto Pilot Club were holding their 29th annual Spaghetti Dinner and it was quite successful.

According to club member and Director Julie Fallin, the dinner tickets amounted to about 400 with an additional 175 for the C. E. King band, and the raffle tickets sold amounted to about 500.

Winners of the raffle items included: 5th prize a 42” television, Karen Westbrook; 4th prize a $250 gift card, Bobby Roy; 3rd prize a $300 gift card to Pineforest Jewelry, Doris Wilkinson; 2nd prize two Astro tickets, dinner, and a limousine ride to the ballpark, Robert Andrews; and 1st prize, a week ‘s stay for 8 at a beach house on Crystal Beach, Bill Palko.

The Pilot Club uses the net proceeds from this event for community projects, scholarships, and other community events.

The gross income from all the activities was about $31,000, and after expenses the club netted about $23,500.