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Jay Wilson, 3, of Ross Township takes a bite of a fish during St. Teresa of Avila Parish's weekly Lenten fish fry Friday, March 1, 2013. Randy Jarosz | For the McKnight Journal
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Alice Kolarik of Ross Township, at right, helps out as George Staab Jr. restocks the condiments during St. Teresa of Avila Parish's weekly Lenten fish fry Friday, March 1, 2013. Randy Jarosz | For the McKnight Journal

St. Teresa of Avila Parish in Ross Township is having its weekly fish fry in Schoppol Hall on Avila Court every Friday evening during Lent.

Food service is from 4:30 to 7:30, except on Good Friday, when hours are 4 to 7.

Adult dinners are priced at $9, children's dinners are $4 for those ages 6 to 10, and children ages 5 and younger eat for free. An a la carte menu also is available.

Dinners feature fish sandwiches, french fries and coleslaw, all made from scratch. Takeout ordering also is available. For more information or to place a takeout order, call 412-367-9001, ext. 506.

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