St. Michael's Knights of Columbus Host Second of Four Lenten Fish Fries

Fried catfish, potatoes (fried and boiled), macaroni and cheese and baked beans were served at the St. Michael's Catholic Church Knights of Columbus Council 8916, Russellville, Fish Fry held Friday, March 25.

Fried catfish, potatoes (fried and boiled), macaroni and cheese and baked beans were served at the St. Michael's Catholic Church Knights of Columbus Council 8916, Russellville, Fish Fry held Friday, March 25. Photo by John Inman.

Residents of Russellville and the surrounding areas packed St. Michael's Catholic Church's fellowship hall to enjoy fish and fellowship Friday, March 25. The St. Michael's Parish Knights of Columbus, Council 8916, Fish Fry was the second of four Lenten fish fries to be held this year by the council. Mike Broker, a member of the Knights of Columbus, said the practice of not eating meat has a long history in the church.

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Cameron Koetting, Brazito (part of St. Michael's Parish), enjoys fried catfish, potatoes and macaroni and cheese.

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Many came out to the St. Michael's Catholic Church Knights of Columbus Council 8916, Russellville, Fish Fry held Friday, March 25.

For more of this story check out the March 30 issue of the California Democrat.

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