PITTSBURG — People can share the love on Valentine’s Day by purchasing pasta for a cause.
Coincidentally, the Habitat for Humanity spaghetti feed will be on Valentine’s Day.
The spaghetti feed will raise funds for Habitat for Humanity, a non profit housing organization which helps build approximately one house a year in Crawford County.
The dream of becoming homeowners is made possible because partnered families are able to enter into a mortgage with Habitat for Humanity, which has a 0 percent interest rate. People can learn more about applications and guidelines by emailing hfhcrawford@gmail.com or calling the HFH office 620-232-3588.
This year HFH will also finish twentieth house they helped build.
“There is so much need in this county,” HFH Family Selection Chair Kathryn Parke said. “We always wish we could do more, but we cannot do anything without the folks that support us.
“The more people who support (the charity), the more we can pour into the community and help people get a hand up.”

Want to go?
The spaghetti feed will be on Thursday at St. John Lutheran Church located at 3rd and Walnut Streets.
They will serve lunch from 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. and dinner from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m.
Spaghetti and meatballs costs $7 (a vegetarian sauce will also be available), bread, salad, and dessert and a drink if dining in. People may also buy a family ticket for $20. Carry out is an option.
— Stephanie Potter is a staff writer at the Morning Sun. She can be emailed at spotter@morningsun.net or follow her on Twitter @PittStephP and Instagram @stephanie_morningsun.