PLATTSMOUTH – This Saturday, D.C.’s Waterhole in downtown Plattsmouth is hosting a fish fry to honor area first responders.
The event begins at noon through 6 p.m. or so, said Denise Covert-Zych, co-owner.
Besides fish like catfish and carp, pulled pork will be available for those who don’t eat fish, she said.
Donations are $7 per plate and include fries, bread and coleslaw.
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The event is being put on by Butch and Toby Choate as a way to say thanks for those responders who helped Butch escape from high flood waters this past spring, Covert-Zych said.
“Any first responders in the area can eat free,” she said.
There will also be a live auction, as well as raffle tickets for prizes, she added.