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Knights of Columbus, area churches host fish fry to benefit Mission25

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Mission25 (formerly Lighthouse Interfaith Mission, Inc.) in partnership with The Knights of Columbus, is hosting a fish fry fundraiser event on Friday, April 12, 2019.
The event will take place from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. at St. Paul of the Cross Deacon Joe Community Center at 315 S Line Street in Columbia City.
Pre-purchased tickets are $8 (ages 10+) and $5 (ages 6-9). Tickets at the door Friday evening will cost $10 and $8 (ages 6-9). Tickets can be purchased ahead of time at the following locations: Mission25 - 500 W Business 30, Columbia City, IN 46725 St. Paul of the Cross Catholic Church - 315 S Line St, Columbia City, IN 46725 Columbia City United Methodist Church - 605 Forest Pkwy, Columbia City, IN 46725
"We are thrilled to partner with The Knights of Columbus, several businesses and churches in order to have a successful event," said Mission25 Director Shawn Ellis. "Your participation at the fish fry-purchasing tickets and eating a lot of fish- will only strengthen our ability to provide an impactful program that continues to change lives. We believe we are better together to ensure a pathway of prevention, transition and restoration for homeless people in Whitley County."
The event is sponsored by the Knights of Columbus, and all proceeds support Mission25.
Mission25 is a nonprofit agency serving Whitley County, dedicated to ministering to the homeless and those who are at risk of becoming homeless in Whitley County.
In addition to providing shelter, food and clothing to residents, Mission25 provides an array of support services including: case management, self-esteem building, parenting, and other self-sufficiency programming. And it is the only organization in Whitley County that offers services to the homeless.
If you have questions regarding the event please contact Mission25 at 260-244-5266. To keep up with events and updates from Mission25 you can visit www.mission25cc.org and follow Mission25 on Facebook. Give online to Mission25 at www.mission25cc.org/donate-now.

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