Organizers reported the recent 9th annual An Evening in Tuscany spaghetti dinner in support of volunteer drivers with Faith in Action for Cass County was a success.

The change to a curbside/pick-up event served more than 200 people, with cars lined up around the block at times.

Faith in Action volunteer chef Mike Bohanon and board members, volunteers and staff served the meal of spaghetti with garlic rounds and dessert. Waiting curbside also provided time to talk about volunteer drivers and the services offered by Faith in Action volunteers in their communities, as neighbors helping neighbors, a news release stated.

“We were overwhelmed by the community support this year,” stated Board Chair Dee Oliver in the release. “We ran out of both food and serving containers.”

Faith in Action for Cass County connects volunteers who provide assistance to people in need throughout the rural communities of Cass County. Volunteers help with rides to shopping, appointments and errands. They also help with chores, phone visiting and meal delivery and they build accessibility ramps.

The goal of Faith in Action is to help people remain in their own homes for as long as possible. For more information on services or volunteer opportunities, contact Faith in Action at 218-675-5435 or visit