Food & Drink

Liberty Corner Fire Company Dished Up Hundreds of Meatballs at its Annual Spaghetti Dinner

Charlotte Floho, left, a member of the Liberty Corner First Aid Squad and a member of the Fire Company's Ladies' Auxiliary, and Fire Police Treasurer Laurie Gazzale, greeted diners and sold tickets. Credits: Barbara Rybolt
Firefighter Fred Miller dishes up spaghetti for the Fire Company. Earlier in the day he volunteered with the Liberty Corner First Aid Squad at Dewy Meadow Day. Credits: Barbara Rybolt
Firefighter Glenn Hart pours on the tomato sauce ... or is it gravy? Credits: Barbara Rybolt
Credits: Barbara Rybolt
Marybeth Carlucci, the wife of a volunteer firefighter cuts slices of pumpkin pie for the dessert table while Jennifer Taylor, whose dad is an EMT with the First Aid Squad prepares to deliver them. Credits: Barbara Rybolt
Credits: Barbara Rybolt
Credits: Barbara Rybolt
Credits: Barbara Rybolt
Credits: Barbara Rybolt
Credits: Barbara Rybolt
Credits: Barbara Rybolt
Credits: Barbara Rybolt
Credits: Barbara Rybolt
Credits: Barbara Rybolt
Credits: Barbara Rybolt
Elaine French, treasurer of the Liberty Corner First Aid Squad, spent all day at Dewy Meadow Day for the squad, then volunteered to help at the annual Spaghetti Dinner. Credits: Barbara Rybolt
Credits: Barbara Rybolt

BERNARDS TOWNSHIP, NJ - Liberty Corner Fire Company's annual Spaghetti Dinner drew a crowd of hungry fans Saturday night.

Firefighters began cooking Friday night and were still busy in the kitchen on Saturday evening. The menu consisted of spaghetti and meatballs with homemade tomato sauce, salad, Italian Bread, a beverage and dessert. 

Volunteers from Liberty Corner First Aid Squad volunteered their time at the dinner along with members of the Fire Company. In the kitchen, Fred Miller, both a firefighter and a member of the First Aid Squad, dished out spaghetti, while Firefighter Glenn Hart added the meatballs and sauce. Marybeth Carlucci, whose husband is a firefighter, cut slices of cakes and pies, which Jennifer Taylor, whose dad is an EMT with the First Aid Squad and mom is a member of the auxiliary, delivered them to the dessert table, which was doing a brisk business.

While most people ate in, a number picked up food to take home. The annual dinner funds the all-volunteer fire company.

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