Fish fry

Jim Rutter, a Dundalk Knights of Columbus member, fries fish during the KOC’s fish fry in 2018.

The Dundalk Knights of Columbus’ fish fry is coming back after a standstill due to COVID-19.

The “world famous” Alaskan pollock meal will return on Friday, Oct. 22 at the Dundalk Knights of Columbus Hall at 2111 Eilers Avenue, next to the Baltimore County Fire Department’s Station 6 firehouse.

Meals at the fish fry include a serving of Alaskan Pollock, western fries, cole slaw, a roll, dessert and a beverage. Beer and wine will be available at an additional cost.

All will be welcome to dine in during the comeback for $12, and carry-out meals are available for $13.

The fish fry will run from 12 to 6 p.m., and a portion of the proceeds will go to community and religious charities.

For more information on the fish fry, contact Ron Gontasz at 410-971-5743.

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