From fire halls, to neighborhood taverns, to churches. It’s the Friday menu of choice for most western New Yorkers when Lent comes along.
from firehalls, to neiighborhood taverns… to churches… it’s the friday menu of choice for most western new yorkers when lent comes along.. news 4’s george richert takes us on the fish fry patrol. it was a krolick’s fish fry served up at brighton community church…about 20 volunteers turned this irresistable buffalo tradition into about a thousand dollars for the church… ((rev. lisa drysdale-brighton community church-“the income that we raise helps us do a lot of our ministries throughout the year the impact is early in the year and allows us to do some good things moving forward.”)) ((tom peters-brighton community church-“ya know, you have the cold, the cole weather and then you have the celebration of the lenten season and i just think it;s part of the culture of buffalo.”)) it’s also a big fundraiser for the american legion post in tonawanda,,each friday in lent they serve about