St. John’s Sets Lenten Fish Fry

Holy Apostles St. John’s Roman Catholic Church, 270 Newton Ave., Jamestown, will start its annual Lenten fish fry on Friday. Dinners are served from 4:30 to 7 p.m. and include choice of fish fry, broiled fish, shrimp dinner or a combo dinner. Tickets are $10 for adults and $8 for children. Vegetable lasagna is also available for $8. Carryouts are available after 3 p.m. To order, call 484-8554.

Community Craft Time To Be Held

KENNEDY — Community craft time at Kennedy First United Methodist Church will be held Wednesday from 10 a.m. to noon upstairs in the adult room. Those attending can work on projects or visit with others. Craft time is open to all adults. For more information, call the church office at 267-2645. The church is located at the corner of Church and Second streets, Kennedy, and is handicapped-accessible through the lower side door.

Stafford Selected For Master Class

Jamestown clarinetist Paige Stafford has been selected to participate in the master class sponsored by the Buffalo Philharmonic Orchestra. The Master Class is being conducted by Anthony McGill, principal clarinetist, of the New York Philharmonic Orchestra on Wednesday, March 6. McGill will be performing the Copeland: Clarinet Concerto with the Buffalo Philharmonic Orchestra on Saturday, March 8. Stafford is the principal clarinetist at Ohio Northern University.

Pancake Supper Set For March 5

KENNEDY — The Kennedy United Methodist Church will host a pancake supper on Tuesday, March 5, from 4:30 to 7 p.m. in the fellowship hall. The meal includes pancakes, sausage, applesauce and a beverage. Tickets are $8 for adults, $4 for children between the ages of 3 and 10 and free for children under the age of 3. The church is handicapped-accessible and is located at 3594 Church St., Kennedy. Proceeds from the event will benefit the front step fund.

Theta Beta

Sorority Meeting Is March 7

The Theta Beta Sorority met at the home of Mary Rogers. Rogers presented a program on getting toxins out of one’s home. Suggestions were made to replace products that are harmful. Recipes were shared using baking soda and vinegar for more natural cleaning. President Rose Van Volkenburg led the business meeting. Several suggestions were discussed for service projects. Joyce Anderson and Mary Rogers were co-hostesses. Nancy Palmer won the white elephant and also took home the traveling basket. The next meeting is March 7 at Tracie Smith’s.

Historical Society To Hear Speaker On March 13

BEMUS POINT — The Bemus Point Historical Society Guest Speaker Series continues Wednesday, March 13, as Pam Brown, municipal historian for Harmony and Panama, will provide insights and techniques related to the storing and handling of textile items that are valued by families. The event free and open to the public beginning at 7 p.m. at the Bemus Point Historical Society Museum on Alburtus Avenue, Bemus Point. For more information “like” the Bemus Point Historical Society on Facebook or call 386-7977.