PITTSBURG, KS.--- A Southeast Kansas organization serves up a community feast for a good cause. The Crawford County Habitat for Humanity served spaghetti meals at Pittsburg's Memorial Auditorium today. The organization's president, Jim Akins, says the event is their primary fundraiser to raise money for future projects. The group has a goal to build one house a year for people in need in Crawford County. Akins says he's thankful for so many people who help make that goal possible.
"I don't know that people come in it for the spaghetti as much as for the fellowship around the table and the chance to help a really good organization with some wonderful things that are done," said Jim Akins, Crawford County Habitat for Humanity President.
Akins says Habitat for Humanity will also be hosting a garage sale in the spring to raise more funds.
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