Fish fry benefits United Way

On Oct. 5, the Anchor Point Senior Center held a community fish fry with all benefits going to the United Way. We would like to thank the following who were kind and generous enough to donate the fish: Pacific Star Seafoods (Kim Partridge), 50 pounds Red Salmon; Icicle Seafoods (Duff Hoyt), 50 pounds Black Cod; Chuck and Susan King, 20 pounds Halibut; Don and Jean Mack, 10 pounds Halibut.

Without this donated fish, we would not have been able to have a successful fish fry! (If there is anyone I missed, or have the amount wrong, I do apologize, and I do thank you.)

A big thank you goes out to the members of the community who attended, we hope to see you next year! United Way has helped the Anchor Point Senior Center and many others in the community, and this is our way of saying thank you and giving back.


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