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Moose Lodge hosting spaghetti dinner for Central Coast Dance 

The Moose Lodge of Paso Robles is hosting a Spaghetti dinner fundraiser for Central Coast Dance Foundation on Saturday Oct. 17, from 5-7 p.m. Central Coast Dance Foundation is affiliated with Artistry in Motion dance studio at 2103 Wisteria Ln. in Paso Robles.

A photo from the 2014 Dreamweaver production: "Butterflies."

A photo from the 2014 Dreamweaver production: “Butterflies.”

The Moose Lodge has been a long-standing community advocate by providing fundraisers to help non-profits raise money for their causes. The Paso Robles chapter averages about one fundraiser a month, helping the likes of The Boys & Girls Club, the Women’s Shelter, local sports teams and underprivileged kids. “This is what we are all about,“ said Secretary/Treasurer of the Loyal Order of the Moose Eileen May. “We are a family fraternity and for us, it’s all about helping the kids and giving back to the community.”

Central Coast Dance Foundation is a non-profit that supports the youth of the community by providing education, scholarships and opportunities to participate in the performing arts. Since 2008, the foundation has produced the popular stage production of Dreamweaver, where, “your dreams are brought to life through dance, song and theatre.”

“It is another outlet for the kids of our community,“ said Central Coast Dance Foundation Artistic Director Bob Woodard. “The show provides an avenue of artistic expression for children and adults of all backgrounds, cultures and walks of life.“

The Moose lodge is located at 2548 Spring Street in Paso Robles. For more information call (805) 239-0503.

The spaghetti dinner is for dine in or take out. Tickets are $10. To buy tickets, or for more information on the fundraiser, call (805) 239-5678, or visit




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