Dining out in Port Angeles and Sequim to help a good cause — Restaurants to donate proceeds to United Way
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Participating restaurants in Port Angeles and Sequim will donate a portion of their proceeds — from any meal or snack — to the United Way of Clallam County during the final day of the 24th annual Restaurant Days
The first day of the fundraiser was Thursday, when restaurants in Forks also participated.
$1 million goal
The United Way is halfway through its annual fall fundraising campaign, which aims to collect
$1 million in donations to distribute to 23 nonprofits, United Way Community Solutions Initiatives and other nonprofit organizations as requested by donors.
Participating restaurants are:
■ Port Angeles — Baskin Robbins, Bella Italia, Cafe New Day, Cafe Garden, C’est Si Bon, Chestnut Cottage, First Street Haven, Fiesta Jalisco, Frugals, Jasmine Bistro, Joshua’s, Michael’s Seafood & Steakhouse, Necessities and Temptations gift shop espresso bar, Toga’s Soup House and Traylor’s.
■ Sequim — Alder Wood Bistro, Baja Cantina and The Oak Table.
Last modified: October 24. 2013 4:23PM