Shriners fry up a great fundraiser


Erin Smith - erinsmith@civitasmedia.com



Erin Smith|Bladen Journal The Bladen County Shrine Club Fish Fry offers folks a drive-thru service and walk-ins are welcomed, too. Fish plates cost $8 each and offered fried fish, sweet potato chips, slaw, hush puppies, and tea.


Erin Smith|Bladen Journal There is always warm fellowship to be had at the Bladen County Shrine Club Fish Fry. Folks enjoy a plate of freshly prepared hot fish and time spent visiting with neighbors and friends alike.


Erin Smith|Bladen Journal Members of Tar Heel Challenge Academy help to batter fish for the Bladen County Shrine Club Fish Fry. The folks helped the Shriners by doing things such as battering the fish and assisting with preparing the plates once the fish were cooked.


Erin Smith|Bladen Journal Plates of steaming hot fish are prepared for folks at the annual Bladen County Shrine Club Fish Fry. The plates are part of the annual fundraiser to support the Shriner's Hospital for Children.


The Bladen County Shrine Club’s annual fish fry fundraiser was held Wednesday in Elizabethtown and Bladenboro. The clear, sunny skies attracted hundreds of folks to the sites at Food Lion and BO’s for the fish plates.

Erin Smith|Bladen Journal
The Bladen County Shrine Club Fish Fry offers folks a drive-thru service and walk-ins are welcomed, too. Fish plates cost $8 each and offered fried fish, sweet potato chips, slaw, hush puppies, and tea.
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The Bladen County Shrine Club Fish Fry offers folks a drive-thru service and walk-ins are welcomed, too. Fish plates cost $8 each and offered fried fish, sweet potato chips, slaw, hush puppies, and tea.

Erin Smith|Bladen Journal
There is always warm fellowship to be had at the Bladen County Shrine Club Fish Fry. Folks enjoy a plate of freshly prepared hot fish and time spent visiting with neighbors and friends alike.
http://bladenjournal.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/web1_ShrineclubFry2.jpgErin Smith|Bladen Journal
There is always warm fellowship to be had at the Bladen County Shrine Club Fish Fry. Folks enjoy a plate of freshly prepared hot fish and time spent visiting with neighbors and friends alike.

Erin Smith|Bladen Journal
Members of Tar Heel Challenge Academy help to batter fish for the Bladen County Shrine Club Fish Fry. The folks helped the Shriners by doing things such as battering the fish and assisting with preparing the plates once the fish were cooked.
http://bladenjournal.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/web1_ShrineclubFry3.jpgErin Smith|Bladen Journal
Members of Tar Heel Challenge Academy help to batter fish for the Bladen County Shrine Club Fish Fry. The folks helped the Shriners by doing things such as battering the fish and assisting with preparing the plates once the fish were cooked.

Erin Smith|Bladen Journal
Plates of steaming hot fish are prepared for folks at the annual Bladen County Shrine Club Fish Fry. The plates are part of the annual fundraiser to support the Shriner’s Hospital for Children.
http://bladenjournal.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/web1_ShrineclubFry4.jpgErin Smith|Bladen Journal
Plates of steaming hot fish are prepared for folks at the annual Bladen County Shrine Club Fish Fry. The plates are part of the annual fundraiser to support the Shriner’s Hospital for Children.

Erin Smith

erinsmith@civitasmedia.com

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