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Century 21 Norris-Valley Forge teams up with Franco Ristorante to benefit Phoenixville Senior Center

Tuesday, October 30, 2012

PHOENIXVILLE — The Phoenixville Senior Center Spaghetti Dinner held on Oct. 11, was a huge success. Almost 400 diners enjoyed the famous sauce of Franco Ristorante’s spaghetti and meatballs all donated by Frank and Gail LoPresti, 226 Bridge St., Phoenixville.
Century 21 Norris Valley Forge, 18 Nutt Road Phoenixville, hosted the event with most of their agents in attendance greeting, waitressing and bussing. Realtor and board member Jeanette Petrucelli managed the kitchen staff.
The Phoenixville Area Senior Center’s board of directors thanks the following sponsors and contributors. Please support them as they continue to give back to the Phoenixville community.
Adult Care of Chester County (Pat Shull)
Century 21 Norris Valley Forge
Broker/Owners: Suzanne Norris, Lynne Norris, Brian Slater
Century 21 Norris Valley Forge
Realtors: Dee McClimon, Donna Peck, Jeanette Petrucelli
Adam & Lee Deveney
Dirt Boy Excavation (Bob Ottinger)
Franco Ristorante
Bob McClimon Stucco
Phoenixville Federal
Steel Plate Products (Irv Raskob)
Phoenixville Giant
Phoenixville Produce Junction
Wegmans Collegeville
Phoenixville Food Terminal
Placemat Sponsors:
Century 21 Norris-Valley Forge Realtor Ernie Kraft, DLS Accounting Services Dave Shull, Fox Rothschild Attorney Ron Williams, Meridian Bank Loan Officer Jerry Barr, Seniors Helping Seniors Judy Forbes
Many events are happening at the center. There’s a new class called “Art on Canvas” with Amy Hathaway on Monday, Nov. 12, from 9:45 to 11:45 a.m. The Apprise Counselors will be available on Wednesday, Nov. 7, from 9 to 3 to help with questions you may have regarding Open Enrollment for Medicare insurances. Basket and Bag Bingo will be held at the #1 Phoenixville Fire House on Church Street on Nov. 4. All proceeds benefit the center. Tickets can be purchased at the center. Check out our newsletter at for more info on these and other events.
Dee McClimon, board vice president and spaghetti dinner chair, thanks everyone for their support of the Phoenixville Senior Center.