This weekend, the Promise of Peace Community Garden partnered with Bernadette Fisher of now-closed Angelo’s Italian Restaurant in Lakewood to host a mid-winter spaghetti dinner at White Rock United Methodist Church in Little Forest Hills.

In case you weren’t there, here’s a short slideshow of the highlights:

Everything was organic: organic salad, organic spaghetti, organic sausage.

Pop dinner 1

Then, Promise of Peace founder Elizabeth Dry honored Fisher by having these guys serenade her with “All You Need is Love.” (Doo doo do do doo…)

Pop dinner 4

… which made Fisher smile, and everyone else break out in song.

Pop dinner 3

Afterwards, we convinced Dry and Fisher to go a round at the photo booth. And terribly tacky pictures ensued.

Pop dinner 5

Dry said she and Fisher will be partnering in the future to teach cooking classes for children on parole.

For more about the Promise of Peace or their upcoming events, visit the website.

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