Airport Diner hosts spaghetti supper to aid Bedford Little League after vandalism

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All-You-Can-Eat Spaghetti Dinner for $10 on Nov. 2.
Damage left by vandals last weekend inside the Bedford Little League club house.
Damage left by vandals last weekend inside the Bedford Little League club house.

MANCHESTER, NH – The Common Man family’s Airport Diner in Manchester is hosting an all-you-can-eat spaghetti supper Nov. 2 to raise funds for the Bedford Little League to assist in improving and upgrading its concession stand and Bedford NH Little League Complex clubhouse, which was recently damaged by vandals.

The dinner is set for Monday, Nov. 2 from 4 to 8 p.m. Diners who order the $10 spaghetti supper, which includes spaghetti with meat sauce, garlic bread, a salad and a non-alcoholic beverage, will be helping Bedford Little League toward its goal of raising $5,000. Funds raised will be used to upgrade and improve the concession stand and clubhouse after vandals sprayed graffiti, ripped off shutters and did damage to the coolers and equipment inside, with the hope of preventing these types of incidents in the future.

“It was unfortunate that an event like this took place after such a wonderful summer of baseball in Bedford,” said Bedford Little League President Jeremy Hinton. “It’s comforting to know that a business like The Common Man reaches out without us asking and steps to the plate. We are very grateful and appreciative of their support and partnership as we look to put this behind our community and focus on another great season of baseball in the spring. “

Five dollars of every $10 meal sold will benefit the organization. Tax and gratuity are not included in the dinner price. Tickets are not needed for this event. Diners who attend the benefit and order the spaghetti supper dinner that evening must mention that they are at Airport Diner to support Bedford Little League. Take out orders of the spaghetti dinner will also benefit the league. Airport Diner is located at 2280 Brown Avenue in Manchester, next to the Holiday Inn.

For those who cannot attend the dinner but would like to contribute to the renovation efforts, a secure online donation page has been set up at You Caring.

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