SIOUX CITY, IA — Organizers are getting ready for this weekend's Greek Fest. Some of the pre-festival work was being done this afternoon at Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church. They were even making some food!The annual festival happens at the corner of 6th and Jennings in downtown Sioux City. The money they get funds a lot of the church's clubs, but this year there's a special fundraiser for a local family to buy a wheelchair for their son with MS.If you head out, the festival features authentic greek food like gyros and a whole lot more!"We have lots of greek food...very good. And this year we're going to add soganaki...we had that last year, too. Besides we have a bake sale and we sell all greek pastries...homemade bread and sourekia," said Church Member, Joan Vlahoulis. Greek Fest starts Friday at 5 pm and runs through Sunday night.
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