Noodles for hospice


Jackson Boerger, left, 4, and his sister, Claire Boerger, 7, both of Fort Loramie, both the children of Jason and Theresa Boerger, chow down on some noodles at the Newport Sportsmen Club’s 25th annual spaghetti dinner to benefit Wilson Hospice. The dinner was well attended Sunday, Feb. 12, 2017 with door prizes handed out at the end.

Jackson Boerger, left, 4, and his sister, Claire Boerger, 7, both of Fort Loramie, both the children of Jason and Theresa Boerger, chow down on some noodles at the Newport Sportsmen Club’s 25th annual spaghetti dinner to benefit Wilson Hospice. The dinner was well attended Sunday, Feb. 12, 2017 with door prizes handed out at the end.


Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Jackson Boerger, left, 4, and his sister, Claire Boerger, 7, both of Fort Loramie, both the children of Jason and Theresa Boerger, chow down on some noodles at the Newport Sportsmen Club’s 25th annual spaghetti dinner to benefit Wilson Hospice. The dinner was well attended Sunday, Feb. 12, 2017 with door prizes handed out at the end.

Jackson Boerger, left, 4, and his sister, Claire Boerger, 7, both of Fort Loramie, both the children of Jason and Theresa Boerger, chow down on some noodles at the Newport Sportsmen Club’s 25th annual spaghetti dinner to benefit Wilson Hospice. The dinner was well attended Sunday, Feb. 12, 2017 with door prizes handed out at the end.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2017/02/web1_SDN021517Hospice.jpgJackson Boerger, left, 4, and his sister, Claire Boerger, 7, both of Fort Loramie, both the children of Jason and Theresa Boerger, chow down on some noodles at the Newport Sportsmen Club’s 25th annual spaghetti dinner to benefit Wilson Hospice. The dinner was well attended Sunday, Feb. 12, 2017 with door prizes handed out at the end. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News