Spaghetti dinner benefits Habitat for Humanity

Students at Youngstown State University did their part Saturday night to help the community.

The Youngstown State University chapter of Habitat for Humanity partnered with the Western Reserve United Methodist Church mission committee to hold a spaghetti dinner and Chinese auction.

More than a hundred people were expected to come out and support Habitat in Canfield.

Not only does the YSU chapter help build homes in Mahoning County, they also raise money for the non-profit organization.

“Habitat for Humanity is an incredible organization in our community and its volunteers who give back to the community so that people can live in safe, decent, and affordable housing and we should just celebrate the fact that we have this good organization here in our community,” said Rev. Catherine Adams, Dir., YSU Protestant Campus Ministry

All proceeds from the dinner went directly to Habitat for Humanity of Mahoning County.

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