Posted by Cynthia Denbo on Aug 31, 2017
 
The Rotary Club of Southwest Eureka is—tastily, delectably, deliciously, according to club President Matt Nilsen—at it again.  For those who love fish, lots of fish, all kinds of fish—and more than a few oysters, as well—the club will host an event that will satisfy the most demanding diner.  On Saturday, Sepember 9, from 5PM to 7PM, fish fans will enjoy oysters, petrale sole, salmon, rockfish, calamari, and albacore, grilled, broiled and fried.  Guests will dive into “as much as they want and with all the fixin’s,” promises Event Coordinator Haider Ajina who added “our thanks to the Elks Lodge for their generosity in providing those fixin's as well as their facility.”
 
Cocktails will be available at 4PM at the no-host bar as guests have the opportunity to bid on a variety of silent auction items before enjoying their dinners. This event, an annual fixture on the Rotary calendar, will be held at The Lodge in Eureka, 445 Herrick Avenue.  Tickets are $35 each for adults, $12 each for children twelve years old and younger, and can be purchased from any Southwest Eureka Rotarian and at the door.
 
This year's Fish Feed will provide funding for the club's community projects. “Our guests will enjoy an especially good time, a delicious dinner with friends and neighbors and a fine opportunity to help us do good things in our community.  That's a good evening,” said Nilsen who, with his fishing pals, is contributing 60 pounds of Alaska wild caught salmon pulled from the Alagnak Rive in Alaska.  “Service Above Self is the Rotary motto,”said Nilsen.  “Our salmon are giving their all to the greater good.”
 
For more information: www.swrotary.org or call 707-572-4101.