DuBois, PA – Enjoy a spaghetti dinner while helping our local synagogue stay open!

13-year-old Jeremiah Mondi, a student at DCC, has organized a spaghetti dinner this Saturday, March 9 as part of his Bar Mitzah project.

Dinner will be this Saturday from 11 until 4 (or until sold out) at the Parkside Community Center, all to benefit the Sons of Israel Synagogue in DuBois.

The dinner is going to be held at Parkside Community Center, 120 W Park Ave, DuBois.

Tickets are $10 and include spaghetti and Frank’s meatballs, salad, dessert, and a drink, all of which were donated or provided at a discount by very supportive people throughout the community.

Take-outs are available.

Jeremiah’s goal is to sell 300 dinners, so please stop by.

Everyone is welcome, even if you don’t know Jeremiah or aren’t a part of the synagogue!

Check out the Facebook event page for more information.

The Sons of Israel Facebook page has more information about the synagogue itself.

Listen to Jeremiah’s interview by clicking below.

Jeremiah Mondi synagogue dinner