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Dinner to benefit Tina Ynfante

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St. John’s Lutheran Church will host a barbecue dinner to benefit Tina Strickland Ynfante, who is battling breast cancer, on Saturday, March 3, from 5-7 p.m. in the church’s Activity Center at 606 South Center St. in Marion.

Plates will include brisket, sausage, and two sides, and can be purchased presale for $10 by calling Pat Allen at 830-914-2332.

The event will also include a live and silent auction and a bake sale.

Those interested in donating an item to the auctions, call Tracy at 210-313-4357 for more information.

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