Food & Drink

Kenilworth Senior Class Seeks Donations for Annual "It's Gravy! Not Sauce" Dinner

The senior class has hosted this event for the last six years. Credits: Leah Scalzadonna
A full list of the items needed. Credits: Darlene Candarella

KENILWORTH, NJ – The David Brearley High School class of 2018 seeks donations for its last annual “It’s Gravy! Not Sauce” pasta dinner on Friday, Feb. 9.

The dinner, which has been held by the same class for the last six years, helps defray the cost of senior activities, including the prom, trips and more. The students participate by working in the kitchen, serving, setting up and cleaning up at the event.

“This fundraiser is a tremendous event because we received so many donations from our local businesses and organizations in the area,” Chairperson Darlene Candarella wrote in a letter to the community.

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The dinner will include Caesar salad, pasta with homemade gravy, meatballs, bread and butter, desserts, hot coffee and tea and bottled water.

Items needed include ziti, water bottles, table cloths, utensils and more.

The dinner will be held from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. on Feb. 9 at the Kenilworth VFW. Tickets are $10 per person.

To donate or purchase tickets, call Candarella at 908-447-9421.

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