A safer fish fry


Volunteer David Monnin, of Sidney, sells fried fish to a long line of people in cars at the Sidney K of C Hall on Friday, March 13. The fish fry was made into a drive-through only to prevent any spread of COVID-19.

Volunteer David Monnin, of Sidney, sells fried fish to a long line of people in cars at the Sidney K of C Hall on Friday, March 13. The fish fry was made into a drive-through only to prevent any spread of COVID-19.


Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Volunteer David Monnin, of Sidney, sells fried fish to a long line of people in cars at the Sidney K of C Hall on Friday, March 13. The fish fry was made into a drive-through only to prevent any spread of COVID-19.

Volunteer David Monnin, of Sidney, sells fried fish to a long line of people in cars at the Sidney K of C Hall on Friday, March 13. The fish fry was made into a drive-through only to prevent any spread of COVID-19.
https://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2020/03/web1_SDN031720FriedFishLine.jpgVolunteer David Monnin, of Sidney, sells fried fish to a long line of people in cars at the Sidney K of C Hall on Friday, March 13. The fish fry was made into a drive-through only to prevent any spread of COVID-19. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News