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Pasta perfection
AM Rotary Club Spaghetti Dinner is a ‘little touch of Italy’
It will be a little taste of Italy com-
plete with strolling Italian minstrels
andLuigi, the Italianwaiter, when the
morning Rotary Club serves their
famous all-you-can-eat spaghetti din-
ner during thePlymouthFall Festival.
Club members will be serving the
meals from 4-8 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 6
in the huge white tent behind E.G.
Nick's restaurant onForest Street.
This is the ninth year for the event
which began in Kellogg Park. When
preparing the pasta and sauce for the
growing crowds became nearly
impossible, the clubmoved to the tent
last year where the members can use
the professional restaurant kitchen at
E.G. Nick's, along with the expertise
and advice of Chef Frank Agostini, in
preparing themeals.
This year, the dinners will include
Mama Mucci's spaghetti with mari-
nara sauce and Italian meatballs, a
tossed salad with Italian dressing, a