Annual Spaghetti Supper

Spaghetti Supper & COVID-19

2021 marks the 30th anniversary of our Annual Spaghetti Supper! While we wish we could all be together at the Greek Cultural Center again, we have decided to host the event virtually. This event plays a crucial role in helping us serve our community throughout the year and accounts for nearly 10% of our annual budget.

This year, we will be honoring the Walsh Family. Rosalie Walsh, the late Judge William T. Walsh and their children have dedicated much of their lives to our community and have supported The Gray House through their time, talents and treasures over the past two decades. Collectively, Rosalie and Michael Walsh served 14 years on the board of directors of The Gray House and made significant contributions to the agency during that time with Rosalie serving as Vice President and Spaghetti Supper chairperson and Michael as President and Vice President. We look forward to honoring them during our event as well as sharing messages from our executive director, founders, and Kids’ Club participants.

Event Dates

Between March 1-April 7 – Buy raffle tickets & make a contribution for your “No-show” Spaghetti Supper ticket

Wednesday, April 7 – A link to our virtual event will be posted on Facebook, this webpage, and sent out via our e-blast

Thursday, April 8 – Raffle winners will be pulled on Facebook live and the winners will be contacted

Sponsorship Opportunities

We are excited to offer several sponsorship opportunities for the virtual event. Become a sponsor by contributing online. You can also complete this form and mail your check to 22 Sheldon Street, Springfield, MA. Checks can be made payable to The Gray House.

In order to take advantage of the sponsorship benefits, please complete the online or printed form no later than 3/19/21.

Thank you to our 2020 Sponsors!

Event Sponsor

Freedom Credit Union Logo

Platinum Sponsor

PeoplesBank

UNICO

 

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Adult Education

The Adult Education Program provides English for Speakers of other Languages (ESOL) and basic literacy education to adult learners.
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Kids’ Club

The Kids’ Club is an After School and Summer Program serving children in grades 2 to 5.
Food at the Market at Gray House

The Market

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