The Lions Club of Pittsburg and the Wesley House teamed up to feed the community, as well as help them see and hear.
People paid six dollars for a plate of spaghetti and sides with proceeds going towards helping more people in Pittsburg pay for hearing aids and glasses.
There were also raffle tickets for sale for a bike with proceeds going towards stocking the food shelves at the Wesley House.
The Lions Club Vice President explains how being able to see and hear properly could help a person gain independence.
"Locally, we have a lot of people that are of course low income. And those needs are super important. You can't go and fill out a job application if you can't see to take care of what you need to..or to be able to hear"